IMF’s Gopinath advises central banks on cocktail of measures to fight virus

Gita Gopinath
World Economic Forum

The International Monetary Fund’s chief economist says central banks should be ready to provide “ample liquidity” to financial institutions that are less prepared for coronavirus disruption.

In the first of a new blog post series, Gita Gopinath said central banks would need to watch closely those institutions – banks and non-banks – that lend to small and medium-sized enterprises.

“Financial market regulators and supervisors could also encourage, on a temporary and time-bound basis, extensions

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