IMF Global Financial Stability Report, Sep 2006

The International Monetary Fund published its Global Financial Stability Report for September 2006 on 12 September. In the report the IMF warned that the risks of a global slowdown had increased due to higher interest rates, surging oil prices and an apparent cooling in the U.S. housing market.

While the IMF said its general outlook on the world economy remained positive, the report said there were "risks to the global economic outlook that have tilted to the downside."

Should global growth falter

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