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Chapter 4. Changing Global Financial Structures: Can They Improve Economic Outcomes?

Chapter 4. Changing Global Financial Structures: Can They Improve Economic Outcomes? »

Source: Global Financial Stability Report, October 2012 : Summary version

Series: Global Financial Stability Report

Author(s): International Monetary Fund. Monetary and Capital Markets Department

Publisher: INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

Publication Date: 30 November 2012

ISBN: 9781616353902

Keywords: bond, banking, bonds, financial stability, credit

Summary The global financial crisis has required policymakers to reconsider the role that the structure of their financial systems plays in achieving good economic outcomes. A number...

Chapter 2. Restoring Confidence and Containing Global Spillovers

Chapter 2. Restoring Confidence and Containing Global Spillovers »

Source: Global Financial Stability Report, October 2012 : Summary version

Series: Global Financial Stability Report

Author(s): International Monetary Fund. Monetary and Capital Markets Department

Publisher: INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

Publication Date: 30 November 2012

ISBN: 9781616353902

Keywords: bond, banking, bonds, financial stability, credit

Global Debt Overhang and Stability Challenges Large debt burdens threaten financial stability across advanced economies...

Part I: Outlook: Through Financial Turbulence to Sustained Growth

Part I: Outlook: Through Financial Turbulence to Sustained Growth »

Source: Regional Economic Outlook, November 2007, Europe : Strengthening Financial Systems

Series: Regional Economic Outlook

Author(s): International Monetary Fund. European Dept.

Publisher: INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

Publication Date: 15 November 2007

ISBN: 9781589066748

Keywords: government securities, financial system, securities market, capital markets

Strong underlying fundamentals should allow the European economy to weather the current financial market turbulence relatively well. If the turbulence recedes, the impact on growth should be man...