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07-25-2015, 09:38 AM
IMF: rising dollar and interest rates varying Andhiran negative risk

7/25/2015 0:00

Washington - Reuters
International Monetary Fund warned that a further increase in the value of the US dollar with the widening disparity in interest rates between the United States and other countries of the major economies may have a significant negative impact on the countries Alokhry.oukal Fund in its annual report that the decline in oil prices and further monetary stimulus measures in the euro zone and Japan and expectations of higher interest rates in the United States and Britain to create "prepared for the effects of negative tangible" environment. However he did not yet show little sign of negative effects among emerging market countries hit by external capital flows currencies and the weakness in the previous episodes of the rise of the dollar the high debt levels could create Mhclat.oukal report "continued rise of the US dollar and its attendant disparities expected in monetary policy between advanced economies creates a significant risk to other countries."

The report added that developed economies are not immune from the risk of exposure to adverse effects (http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?toolid=10029&campid=CAMPAIGNID&customid=CUSTOMID&catId=267&type=2&ext=391194433830&item=391194433830). And the expected increase in US interest rates -the step Economists expected to occur in September-may lead to further rise of the dollar against the euro has also raised interest rates in Alioro.oukal area report that the asset purchases in the euro zone may put downward pressure on long yields of US Treasuries term to undermine any attempt by the US Federal Reserve to cancel Althvez.oukal IMF programs report that the effects of the euro zone to the United States was "very high" since the early 2014.oualemkhatr year experienced by emerging markets much in cases of high levels of total indebtedness with increasing the proportion of currencies Alojunbah.oohar obligations to report potential problems in Chile, Hungary, Malaysia, Poland, Turkey and Thailand. And corporate debt levels will be a problem in some countries if conditions worsened.