| Anne Krueger
A strong, well-functioning financial sector is crucial for any economybe it industrial, emerging market, or even low-income, says Anne Krueger, first deputy managing director at the IMF
There is a bubble in eurozone bonds similar to the dotcom bubble at the beginning of the century, a US-based economist warns
Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s aggressive expansion in Europe is striking fear into its rivals, some of which are forced to cut their exposure
Resource-rich Kazakhstan has changed a lot in the past 20 years. But more needs to be done to cut dependence on fossil fuels, writes the EBRD's Janet Heckman
With investors nervous about recent moves higher in US Treasuries yields, one strategist says this actually offers a
The Japanese currency's fall against the US dollar is likely to continue but will be limited, Eisuke Sakakibara tells Emerging Markets
Professionals still favour traditional destinations to relocate to, despite the increasing contribution of emerging markets to global growth
Infrastructure bonds are one possibility because it provides an opportunity for long-term investors like pension funds and life assurance companies.
Takehiko Nakao, ADB president
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