"This is what policymakers and investors talked about in Lima. There was plenty for global policy makers to discuss at the most recent International Monetary Fund-World Bank Meetings in Lima."
From lackluster corporate investment to a Federal Reserve inching toward its first interest rate hike in nearly a decade, central bankers and international finance chiefs could take their pick of topics to digest.
Citigroup Chief Economist Willem Buiter was one of the attendees, and he has published a note outlining the four main topics of discussion among policy makers and hist clients. Here they are.
1. China's economy.
2. Risk of an emerging-market crisis.
3. Effects of an EM crisis on developed markets.
4. Exchange rates and capital flows.
Full article: "Most assessments of the prospect of the world economy were more optimistic than our own expectations"