Global economy on recovery path, risks remain: IMF chief

The global economy has stepped back from the brink of danger and signs of stabilization are emerging from the euro zone and the United States, but high debt levels in developed markets and rising ... Global economy on recovery path, risks remain -IMF's Lagarde Times of India Greece's IMF talk unwisely roiled markets: Debt chief Economic Times IMF Board Approves €28 Billion Loan for Greece International Monetary Fund Telegraph.co.uk all 905 news ... Full Story »

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Sirajul Islam
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by Sirajul Islam - Mar. 24, 2012

The report is based on what the IMF chief said in China regarding the world economy. Apart from her citation about Renminbi, which is another name for the yuan, as reserve currency, some changes would be positive given the signs of hard-landing China, cooled-down Europe and U.S. still struggling with unemployment and oil prices.

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Fabrice Florin
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by Fabrice Florin - Mar. 18, 2012
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by gympieaccommodation - Mar. 21, 2012

I dont think that Global economy is on recovery path,there are prices of each products are high and fluctuation of price is very high,its really difficult to live so how can we say that Global economy is on recovery path,ya upto some level the risk is in moderate level but not on recovery path as i believe.

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