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The IMF shoots back at emerging economies, warning of a hard landing if more is not done to slow...

The IMF shoots back at emerging economies, warning of a hard landing if more is not done to slow capital inflows into their countries. No criticism is made of developed countries printing the currency which is finding its way into the emerging markets. (earlier)
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  • Archman Investor
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    IMF is bought and paid for by the US.

     

    Of course they are out there "begging" people to stop putting their money into economies that are actually growing and not drowning in debt and entitlement benefits than cannot ever be paid.

     

    Other than certain investments in the US that will always be back stopped by our government (that is until they can no longer be back stopped) you won't find me investing in any US companies.
    Not while our government is on the verge (and it is) of insolvency.
    18 Apr 2011, 03:27 PM Reply Like
  • nightfly
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    Exactly.

     

    IMF = US + japan

     

    More threats from our "financial leaders".
    18 Apr 2011, 03:29 PM Reply Like
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