Low growth and low rates to hit financial stability, says IMF

IMF: Medium-term risks on the rise. Photo: Bruno Sanchez-Andrade Nuño
Bruno Sanchez-Andrade Nuño

Slowing global growth is adding to the threat of financial instability, the International Monetary Fund warned today (October 5), as it published its latest global financial stability report.

The fund revised its growth outlook down for advanced economies and up for emerging markets, relative to earlier in the year. It has knocked 10 basis points off its global growth projections relative to April, and now expects the world economy to grow 3.1% this year and 3.4% next.

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