questions like these can be solved in your head!
first, for the current, the net resistance of the topmost two resistors is 5 ohm. now, the reciprocal of 5 is .2 and the reciprocal of 20 is .05 as you should be able to do immediately. they add up to be .25 - which is the reciprocal of the net resistance of the equivalent resistor containing the 20 ohm resistor and also the reciprocal of 4. so, to date, the net resistance is 4 ohms and this adds to the 6 ohms resistor in series. now, clearly, the net current through the battery is 20/(6+4) A = 2 A. this 2 A current divides in two sections in the ratio 4:1 (the current varies inversely as the resistance with p.d. constant). so, the current going through the ammeter is 2[itex]\times[/itex]4/5 = 16/10 = 1.6 A.
for the power, the current 1.6 A just divides in two equal parts, so it's .8 A through each 10 A resistor. so, the power dissipated is 10[itex]\times[/itex].82 = 6.4 W.
so, don't use the loop and the junction rules unless you really need them. they'll mess up everything. try to solve this kinds of problems intuitively or using the method i've described - they are really easy.