IMF Backs More Monetary Easing By Central Banks

The International Monetary Fund appears to be backing more monetary easing by central banks, particularly the Bank of England and the U.S. Federal Reserve, stating in a new report that “monetary policy also needs to respond effectively, with further unconventional measures, to a much weaker near-term environment that will dampen price pressures.”

  • 17 Jul 2012
The International Monetary Fund appears to be backing more monetary easing by central banks, particularly the Bank of England and the U.S. Federal Reserve, stating in a new report that “monetary policy also needs to respond effectively, with further unconventional measures, to a much weaker near-term environment that ...

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