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13 Oct 2018 13:11

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The chairman of Societe Generale told CNBC Friday that a selloff in stocks at this stage maybe be good for the global economy.

Stocks have tumbled on the back of concerns surrounding global economic growth and rising interest rates. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) warned earlier this week that simmering trade tensions could lead to a "sudden deterioration in risk sentiment."

The Dow Jones Industrial Average shed more than 1,300 points on Wednesday and Thursday but pre-market trading and European markets suggests that some of those losses will be recouped on the final day of the trading week.

Speaking to CNBC`s Nancy Hungerford at the Institute of International Finance meeting in Bali, Societe Generale Chairman Lorenzo Bini Smaghi said a sell-off in stocks was acting as something of a safety valve to prevent a bigger crisis developing later.

"I think you go through these cycles and I think it is better to have them earlier than at the end of the cycle," he said before adding, "To some extent if this doesn`t create too much financial contagion, to get to fair conditions I think it`s maybe healthy for the economy."...

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11 Oct 2018 22:25

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દ્રારા પોસ્ટેડ : anibillon

Looking more long term, global economic momentum is under pressure from a slow erosion/weakening of trust in institutions—and trust, of course, is the lifeblood of any economy. This faltering trust has many dimensions: the lingering effects of the global financial crisis, a perception that the rewards of economic growth and globalization are not being shared fairly, anxiety about the future of jobs and economic opportunity, and weak governance frameworks that too often facilitate corruption. Population aging and poor funding of pension schemes are also holding back momentum, and income disparities are widening. And, if unaddressed, climate change is likely to severely disrupt economic well-being in the decades ahead. Countries also must stay focused on these more slow-burning challenges....

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11 Oct 2018 22:15

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The October 2018 Global Financial Stability Report (GFSR) finds that global near-term risks to financial stability have increased somewhat, reflecting mounting pressures in emerging market economies and escalating trade tensions. These risks, while still moderate, could increase significantly. An intensification of concerns about emerging markets, a broader rise in trade tensions, the realization of political and policy uncertainty, or a faster-than-expected tightening in monetary normalization could all lead to a sharp tightening in financial conditions. Medium-term financial stability risks remain elevated, driven by high non-financial sector leverage in advanced economies and rising external borrowing in emerging markets. Although the global banking system is stronger than before the crisis, it is exposed to highly indebted borrowers as well as to opaque and illiquid assets and foreign currency rollover risks. This all raises the urgency for policymakers to step up efforts to boost the financial system s resilience by completing the financial regulatory reform agenda as well as developing and deploying macroprudential policy tools. This GFSR also takes stock of global regulatory reform 10 years after the global financial crisis. It reviews the main precrisis failings in financial sector oversight and assesses the progress in implementation of the reform agenda designed to address these failings. It also looks at whether shifts in market structure and risks in the global financial system since the crisis have been in the direction the new regulatory agenda intended, that is, toward greater safety. It finds that the broad agenda set by the international community has given rise to new standards that have contributed to a more resilient financial system—one that is less leveraged, more liquid, and better and more intensively supervised, especially at large banks. The forms of shadow banking more closely related to the global financial crisis have been curtailed, and most countries now have macroprudential authorities and some tools with which to oversee and contain risks to the whole financial system. The chapter also identifies areas in which consolidation or further progress is needed and warns against rolling back reforms, which might make the global financial system less safe....

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11 Oct 2018 22:14

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દ્રારા પોસ્ટેડ : anibillon

If pressures on emerging market economies were to broaden and intensify, financial stability risks would increase significantly. Our analysis suggests that—in the medium term—there is a 5 percent probability that emerging market economies will experience portfolio debt outflows of $100 billion or more. That is broadly similar in magnitude to outflows experienced during the crisis. There are other ways stability risks could rise sharply. These include a broader escalation of trade tensions, a no-deal Brexit, renewed concerns about fiscal policy in some highly indebted euro area countries, and a faster-than-expected normalization of monetary policy in advanced economies.

Any of these concerns could expose the financial vulnerabilities that have grown over years of accommodative monetary policy. In economies with globally systemically important financial sectors, debt owed by governments, companies, and households has risen from around 200 percent of GDP a decade ago to almost 250 percent today. Emerging market economies are borrowing more in international markets and face the risk that they will be unable to refinance a substantial portion of their foreign currency debt. Banks are exposed to these highly indebted borrowers, and some global banks have large holdings of more illiquid and opaque assets. Asset valuations remain stretched across several sectors and regions, and underwriting standards are deteriorating. This accumulation of vulnerabilities raises the urgency for policymakers to step up efforts to bolster the financial system:

Micro-prudential, or firm level, policies should aim to strengthen bank balance sheets against solvency and liquidity risks.

Broad-based macroprudential tools, such as the countercyclical capital buffer (which aims to increase bank capital when borrowing is rising in the economy), should be used more actively in countries where financial conditions remain accommodative and vulnerabilities high. Financial stability also requires new macroprudential tools to address vulnerabilities outside the banking sector, for example, to ensure sound underwriting standards in nonbank credit intermediation and to tackle liquidity risks by asset managers.

For emerging market economies, reducing vulnerabilities and maintaining robust policies and sound policy frameworks remains critical. This includes building and maintaining adequate foreign exchange reserves and using these reserves judiciously.

Regulators and supervisors must respond to new threats, including cyber risks. They should also support fintech s potential contribution to innovation, efficiency, and inclusion while safeguarding against risks to the financial system. This is no time for complacency. More proactive measures should be adopted to safeguard financial stability. As noted in Chapter 2 of the Global Financial Stability Report , released earlier, the financial regulatory reform agenda should be completed and a rollback of reforms avoided. And finally, international cooperation is crucial for maintaining global financial stability and fostering sustainable economic growth....

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11 Oct 2018 22:13

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દ્રારા પોસ્ટેડ : anibillon

Although the global expansion has plateaued, easy monetary policies continue to support growth. But we shouldn t rest too easily. Chapter 1 of the latest Global Financial Stability Report finds that short-term risks to the financial system have increased somewhat over the past six months. Trade tensions have escalated, policy uncertainties have increased in a number of countries, and some emerging market economies are facing financial market pressures.

Looking further ahead, risks remain elevated. To be sure, the financial system is stronger today than before the global financial crisis, thanks to a decade of reform and recovery. However, vulnerabilities continue to build, and the new financial system remains untested. Additional steps are needed to improve its resilience.

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27 Sep 2018 03:21

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Mozambique, cut off from multilateral donors, said on Wednesday it is working with the International Monetary Fund to bring economic reforms and transparency in an effort to rebuild credibility after a debt scandal, but no loans are promised.

"The IMF is not giving loans but they are helping in programs for macroeconomic stability, those measures that will attract investors to come to the country," President Filipe Nyusi told Reuters in an interview on the sidelines of the U.N. General Assembly meeting in New York.

Nyusi, who took office in 2015, said through a translator his government development program was knocked off course after the heavily indebted nation was cut off from multilateral and foreign donors after the government admitted to $1.4 billion of previously undisclosed loans in 2016.

Credit rating agency Fitch Ratings affirmed its restricted default opinion on Mozambique on Friday, citing "the sovereign`s failure to cure the default on debt to external commercial creditors." Fitch said it does not anticipate a near-term resolution to the default.

After an audit of the loans, which were not authorized by the East African nation, Nyusi said there has been progress with the IMF visiting to make recommendations for macroeconomic reforms while also addressing transparency and accountability.

"We are discussing all of this with the IMF with a view to unlocking this, bringing back credibility," he said.

"Slowly, we have seen investors coming back. Not at the same level as we would like it to be."

Nyusi said foreign direct investment was increasing and helping boost economic growth in 2017 by 3.7 percent. He forecast growth of more than 4 percent in 2018.

One area of growth is in oil and gas but civil unrest in its northern provinces in the past year has created a cautious environment for the sector.

U.S. petroleum company Anadarko Petroleum has a $15 billion liquefied natural gas project in the area.

"Any unrest or any problem to law and order is a threat to investment, of course," said Nyusi, who assured security forces have the area under control, but also blamed some of the unrest on people coming from outside the country.

"There is no threat in terms of hydrocarbon investments," Nyusi said. "Indeed, even yesterday I spoke to Anadarko. We`ve been coordinating efforts. I intend to talk to ExxonMobil tomorrow and I`ll be talking to the Italian companies as well."...

27 Sep 2018 03:21

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Mozambique consulting IMF on economic reform, no loans on agenda...

27 Sep 2018 03:18

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The International Monetary Fund and Argentina announced Wednesday an arrangement to increase resources available to the South American country by $19 billion.

The agreement, pending IMF Executive Board approval, would bring the total amount available under the program to $57.4 billion by the end of 2021, up from $50 billion.

Argentina`s recession-laden economy is struggling under steep interest rates and a currency that has lost around 50 percent of its value against the dollar this year.

The governor of Argentina`s central bank, Luis Caputo resigned on Tuesday for personal reasons after taking the reins in June, the bank said in a statement, a surprise announcement for a country in the midst of talks with the IMF. The announcement sent the peso tumbling....



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