UK's Cameron warns against talking down global economy

LONDON - British Prime Minister David Cameron has urged colleagues, at home and abroad, to avoid talking down domestic and global economic prospects.
Writing in the Financial Times newspaper on Monday, Cameron said pessimism and fear can become self-fulfilling prophecies in global markets.
"At the G20 I'll be making the argument that inward-looking, beggar-my-neighbor policies benefit no one," he said.