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Banks With $12 Trillion In Assets Threatened By "Shocks" Even In Recovery, IMF Finds

In its latest report on financial stability released today, the IMF, which is also currently meeting to find a solution to globalization that benefits all people not just the very top, warned that risks to financial stability are growing. It warned about what it calls "medium-term" dangers in both emerging and developed economies, and expressed particular concerns about Europe, Japan and China.
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