The global economy faces underlying vulnerabilities that could in future derail recovery and put growth at risk, the IMF says in its Global Financial Stability Report.
“This is no time for complacency. Action is required now because vulnerabilities are building and could put growth at risk in the future,” Tobias Adrian, director of the monetary and capital markets department at the IMF, says. “The key challenge policymakers face is providing the necessary monetary policy support while containin
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