- Key Issues
- Financial Crisis
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IMF Sets Out a Strategy for Financial Surveillance
Strategy proposes concrete and prioritized steps to further strengthen financial surveillance
Safer Global Financial System Still Under Construction
A host of regulatory reforms are under way around the world to make the financial system safer
Iceland's Recovery: Can the Lessons Be Applied Elsewhere?
Iceland is being up as an example by some of how to overcome deep economic dislocation
How to Exit the Danger Zone: IMF Update on Global Financial Stability
Many causes of the euro area crisis still need to be addressed before the system is stabilized
Need to Know
The IMF and Europe
Portal details IMF engagement with continent at center of global economic concerns
Conference: Analyzing (External) Imbalances
Sessions explored large current account surpluses and deficits, and external balance assessments
Who Said That?
Global Recovery, Growth Hampered by Uncertainty–Lagarde
Global economic growth is held back by uncertainty about delivery of policy commitments
Monitoring and Managing Financial Stability
IMF's Min Zhu says big and bold political decisions are needed to reduce sovereign risk
IMF's Advice, Money Help Combat Global Crisis
The IMF is working on several fronts to help its members combat the worldwide economic and financial crisis.
The Fund is tracking economic and financial developments worldwide so that it can help policymakers with the latest forecasts and analysis of developments in financial markets. It is giving policy advice to countries and regions, and money to assist emerging market and low-income economies that have been hit by the crisis. And it is assisting the Group of 20 industrialized and emerging economies with recommendations to reshape the system of international regulation and governance.
This page pulls together the IMF's work on the financial crisis and includes links to key articles, documents, and background information.
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