Key reports out this week are
- the World Economic Outlook (Tuesday, 6.30 am)
- the Fiscal Monitor (Tuesday, 10.30 am)
- the Global Financial Stability Report (Wednesday, 6.30 am)
Stay up-to-date through timely reports from IMF Survey online, through iMFdirect blog, World Bank Voices, and through regular video briefings and YouTube. Also track news and commentary through Google +.
The Meetings bring together more than 10,000 central bankers, ministers of finance and development, private sector executives, academics, and journalists to discuss global economic issues and the interconnected world.
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