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Money Talks

October 7, 2010


Photo by Philip Brewer. Some rights reserved.


The semi-annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank are upon us.  The IMF’s managing director, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, has been urging for cooperation on an international revaluation of currencies as part of a larger effort to recover from the financial crisis.  The so-called “currency war,” Strauss-Kahn warns, demonstrates that “many do consider their currency as a weapon and that’s certainly not for the good of the global economy.”

Use our Risk Factors search page terms “currency exchange” or “exchange rate” to track disclosed risk related to currencies; or check out our Keep Current page to see what the world press has to say about the annual meetings as they unfold.

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