IMF International Capital Markets Report, 2001

CENTRALBANKNET'S SPECIAL REPORT - We have only to look back over the events of the past two weeks to see just how dramatically sentiment has shifted in the past year. Argentina is in the spotlight again; Turkey never far out of it. Will the global slowdown result in another emerging market crisis? Do asset prices have much further to fall? What about dollar strength - what is the likelihood it will continue? What are the implications of shrinking supplies of US treasuries for the financial

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