IMF may produce interim WEO on impact of US attack

REPORT - Ken Rogoff, chief economist of the IMF said today that his Research Department may well produce an interim World Economic Outlook report to consider some of the quantitative implications of the terrorist attacks in New York.

Mr Rogoff was talking at The Bank of England during a briefing on the IMF's recent World Economic Outlook (WEO), scheduled especially in response to the cancellation of the IMF's usual annual meeting.

Speaking on the qualitative implications of the attack he said

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