BIS play down fears for US economy

The regular BIS meeting of top central bankers on Monday played down fears for the US economy with Bank of England Governor Sir Edward George saying that "a gradual strengthening of the U.S. economy seems a more likely prospect than significant weakening."

Source: Reuters

The world's leading central bankers still believe the world's largest economy is headed toward healthy growth this year, despite the pervasive uncertainty from a possible war in Iraq, and dismissed fears of global economic rec

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