South America deals with financial risk at IMF-World Bank meeting

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Finance ministers and central bank governors are in Peru converging on the city of Lima for the annual meeting of World Bank and International Monetary Fund members. Many of them are closely watching how China’s slowdown, and a possible U.S. Federal Reserve interest rate hike, will impact economies.

How are South American countries dealing with market volatility and possibly less capital? CCTV America’s Dan Collyns reports.

South America deals with financial risk at IMF-World Bank meeting

South America deals with financial risk at IMF-World Bank meeting

Finance ministers and central bank governors are converging on Lima, Peru for the annual meeting of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund. Many of them are closely watching how China’s slowdown and a possible U.S. Federal Reserve interest rate hike will impact their economies.How are South American countries dealing with market volatility and possibly less capital? CCTV’s Dan Collyns takes a closer look and reports from Lima.


Chris Giles on IMF-World Bank meetings and the global economy

The IMF and the World Bank’s view on the U.S. Federal Reserve’s interest rate hike and the growth potential of emerging markets seems mixed. To talk about this Chris Giles, Economics Editor of the Financial Times joined CCTV.

Chris Giles on IMF-World Bank meetings and global economy

Chris Giles on IMF-World Bank meetings and global economy

For more on IMF and World Bank’s view on U.S. Federal Reserve interest rate hike and the growth potential of emerging markets, CCTV America is joined by Chris Giles, Economics Editor of the Financial Times.