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Post by RamblerNash on Thu Apr 11, 2019 11:38 pm


Samson » April 11th, 2019

International Monetary Fund warns of these risks and the deterioration of the financial system

10th April, 2019

The risks to the global financial system have increased over the past six months and could increase further as Britain leaves the EU without agreement or if trade tensions between the United States and China escalate, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said on Wednesday.

The IMF, which began spring meetings with the World Bank in Washington this week, indicated that the growth of the world economy was slowing; a sudden deterioration could have a far-reaching impact.

The IMF warned against reversing precautionary regulations that could help protect the financial system in case of deterioration.

"There is a risk that the positive sentiment of investors will deteriorate abruptly, leading to a severe financial crisis," the IMF said in the Global Financial Stability Report.

"This will have a greater impact on economies with weak fundamentals, greater financial vulnerability, and a narrower policy space to cope with shocks." LINK

The US Department of Justice accuses Wikileaks founder of conspiring against the US government

11th April, 2019

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been accused of conspiring with former CIA analyst Chelsea Manning in 2010 to try to access a secret US government computer, US prosecutors said on Thursday.

The US Justice Department said in a statement that Assange faces up to a maximum of five years' imprisonment. British police arrested Julian Assange, founder of Wikileaks, on Thursday and was taken out of the Ecuadorian embassy where he had been holed up for nearly seven years to avoid being deported to Sweden as part of an investigation into allegations of sexual assault. 

Assange was taken to Ecuador's embassy in London in 2012 to avoid extradition to Sweden, which his authorities wanted to interrogate as part of an investigation into sexual assault. 

Sweden later dropped the investigation, but Assange was arrested on Thursday for breaching his bail conditions in London in the past. Assange fears he will be deported to face charges in the United States, where federal prosecutors are investigating WikiLeaks. LINK

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