IMF President China can avoid hard landing-noiseware

IMF President: Chinese can avoid a hard landing U.S. stock market center: exclusive national industry sector stocks, premarket after hours, ETF, warrants real-time market data figure: Lagarde Sina stocks news Beijing 5, Reuters reported that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) President Lagarde said on Thursday that if the government Chinese reform of state-owned enterprises to promote the marketization of exchange rate policy and to fully communicate, so is China can avoid a "hard landing". But Lagarde said to Chinese slower but more sustainable economic growth transformation, will continue to impact the global oil and commodity exporters, the increase of IMF and other international institutions financing demand. She said in a media briefing, IMF want to be ready, through new and improved financing tools to deal with problems in emerging markets. "China is a comprehensive large-scale transformation, we believe that Chinese does not like the hard landing that the number of years to talk about," Lagarde said. But she pointed out that China economic transformation will still face some difficulties, and brought to the market fluctuation. Oil and metal prices may continue for a period of time in the post. At present, oil and metals prices have been higher than in 2014 and the recent highs fell 2/3. Lagarde said, the international financial safety net "needs to be very powerful and can be used to meet any environmental needs at any time". The next few months, IMF will try to improve the existing financing tools (such as credit and liquidity arrangements) and the introduction of new tools to deal with various situations. Including Peru, Nigeria, the Angola and Azerbaijan, the number of oil and commodity exporters are consultations with the world bank financing, in order to cope with a growing budget deficit. MS Lagarde earlier Thursday at the University of Maryland, said in a speech, more of the financial safety net will reduce the necessity of many emerging market countries have large foreign exchange reserves, thus releasing funds for infrastructure and education investment. Lagarde said that the developed economies should be through the loose monetary policy and infrastructure spending and other measures to support economic growth, while emerging economies can help economic growth by increasing non commodity income and enhance the elasticity of exchange rate policy. She said that emerging market economies can be a hand to ease the financial pressure is by low oil prices for reducing or eliminating fuel subsidies, and to more targeted programs to help the poor. (Editor: Wang Yongsheng SF153 Lu Tou)

IMF总裁:中国可以避免硬着陆 美股行情中心:独家提供全美股行业板块、盘前盘后、ETF、权证实时行情 资料图:拉加德   新浪美股讯 北京时间5日路透报道,国际货币基金组织(IMF)总裁拉加德周四表示,如果中国政府推进国企改革,坚持推动汇率政策市场化并进行充分沟通,那么是中国能够避免“硬着陆”的。   但拉加德表示,中国向更慢但更可持续的经济增长转型,将继续冲击全球石油和大宗商品出口国,增加对IMF和其他国际机构的融资需求。   她在一次网络媒体简报会上表示,IMF希望做好准备,通过新的、经过改善的融资工具来应对新兴市场难题。   “中国正在进行大规模的全面转型,我们认为中国并不会像数年来谈论的那样出现硬着陆,”拉加德表示。   但她指出,中国经济转型仍将面临一些困难,并带来市场波动。油价和金属价格可能会在低位持续一段时间。目前油价和金属价格已较2014年所及的最近高点跌去三分之二。   拉加德称,因此国际金融安全网“需要十分强大并且需要随时能用来面对任何环境”。   未来几个月IMF将努力改善现有的融资工具(例如信用额度和流动性安排)并推出新工具以应对各种局面。   当前包括秘鲁、尼日利亚、安哥拉和阿塞拜疆在内的多个石油和大宗商品出口国正在与世界银行磋商融资事宜,以应对不断扩大的预算赤字。   拉加德周四稍早在马里兰大学发表讲话时称,更强更大的金融安全网将降低许多新兴市场国家持有大规模外汇储备的必要性,从而释放出资金用于基础设施和教育投资。   拉加德称,发达经济体应当通过宽松的货币政策和基础建设支出等措施支持经济增长,而新兴经济体可通过增加非大宗商品收入以及增强汇率政策弹性来帮助经济增长。   她表示,新兴市场经济体可缓解财政压力的一个方面是,借低油价之机降低或取消燃油补贴,并以更有针对性的计划来帮助贫困人口。(路透) 责任编辑:王永生 SF153相关的主题文章: