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Governments should support development of longevity risk market – IMF
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Spreads are static and volumes light as EU finance ministers and the Greek government try to reach agreement over bail-out terms
The IMF is looking to work with Asian countries to lessen the impact of the global crisis on the region, says David Lipton, IMF first deputy managing director
Recent analysis by the International Monetary Fund indicates that banks in the US need to raise capital to cover systemic liquidity risk threats
The risks of political uncertainty
Bank for International Settlements Quarterly Review warns weaker global growth outlook risks fuelling sovereign debt crisis
Eurogroup chairman Jean-Claude Juncker says decision to release sixth bailout tranche to Greece will be delayed until October; sovereign may default sooner than expected, says analyst
Debt ceiling deal will not restore investor confidence immediately; China still looking to diversify reserves away from dollar; credit rating agencies cautiously affirm top ratings
Almost half of poll respondents believe Greece will undergo an orderly restructuring in the short term, perhaps leading to a selective default
Monetary and capital markets deputy director Christopher Towe tells conference delegates that ongoing vulnerabilities could sow the seeds of the next crisis
ETF providers have been angered by the continuing focus on synthetic ETFs by regulators such as the Bank of England and the IMF. But they are particularly concerned about the bad press coverage.
Downgrade triggers spread widening across the eurozone, including 10% leaps for France and Germany
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