IMF paper considers macroprudential needs of resource-rich countries

A view of the Mongolian steppe
The Mongolian steppe

An International Monetary Fund working paper, published on January 22, investigates the macroprudential policies deployed by Mongolia, where financial stability is threatened by an ongoing commodity boom.

The authors, Rodolfo Maino, Patrick Imam and Yasuhisa Ojima, says commodity producing countries can face extra risks to their economic stability. In Mongolia, these risks stem from a loose fiscal policy, rising credit activity and a heightened risk appetite. Together these fuel the volatility

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