IMF director on key risks to global stability

Gerd Häusler, the counsellor and director of the international capital markets department of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) identified key risks to global stability in a press conference launching the Global Financial Stability Report (GFSR).

Hausler preceded his statements with assurances that from a stability perspective, “the near-term outlook is ‘as good as it gets’”. The global market has been stable and resilient, shifting the focus of the GFSR to medium- and long-term issues of efficiency than on tomorrow's imminent crisis.

Hausler said that in the IMF’s point of view, the main risks to stability include inflation and interest rate risks, the turning of the credit cycle on the corporate credit market, the turning of the credit

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