IMF staff present mixed economic outlook following G-20 meeting


A global recovery is likely to be supported by easier financing conditions worldwide, but failure to implement key policies could still spell trouble, according to an assessment of the global economic outlook presented today by IMF staff.

A note by IMF staff, Global Prospects and Policy Challenges, based on the conclusions of the G-20 meeting on February 15–16, said signs of resilience in financial markets and continuing accommodative monetary policy would support growth going forwards.


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