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In our first daily recap for Monday, October 10, we spotlight the challenges poorer nations face accessing capital to overcome economic crises, tackling climate change. We also cover food insecurity in sub-Saharan Africa, the Asia Pacific’s pandemic scarring, how corruption is fueling fragility, and much more.
In our recap for Tuesday, October 11, we highlight the IMF’s latest World Economic Outlook including a cut to next year’s growth forecast, risks to global financial stability, dealing with debt restructuring, Europe’s energy crunch, inflation expectations, and more.
In our recap for Wednesday, October 12, we spotlight the increased risk of fiscal crises amid turbulent bond markets, policies that can protect people from the cost-of-living crisis, the importance of strong state institutions for resilience, conversations with the central bank governors of Colombia and the Netherlands, and more.
In our recap for Thursday, October 13, we focus on the Global Policy Agenda, a high-level debate on the global economy, and the economic outlook for the Middle East and Central Asia and the Western Hemisphere.
In the final recap for Friday, October 14, we discuss the outcome of the IMFC meeting, the economic outlooks for Asia, Europe, and sub-Saharan Africa, CBDCs for financial inclusion, and much more as we mark the end of the IMF-World Bank Annual Meetings.
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