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The German Central Bank: global recovery is on track without additional measures to stimulate the U.S. stock market center: exclusive national industry sector stocks, premarket after hours, ETF, real-time quotes Sina warrants stocks in Beijing on the evening of 30 Reuters Germany’s central executive committee Dom Brett (Andreas Dombret) said on Friday, the German Central bank did not think it necessary as the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to out a new set of global stimulus, because the bank expects the global economy will continue to recover. IMF called on the world’s big economies resorted to new stimulus measures, but this is not the voice of German attention. Germany’s central bank opposed further monetary easing, the government is reluctant to spend more than a record budget surplus. Dom Brett said before the annual meeting of the 7-9 on October IMF, we think there is no need for global cooperation monetary, fiscal and structural measures." "We should be concerned about the correct policy mix and maintain stability." Dom Brett added that the "persistent stagnation" has been too worried, even considering the aging population of the developed economies, as well as. Dom Brett said, the risk of being caught in the end has been over exaggerated." "The trend of growth in developed countries is indeed weak and is inevitable in the context of demographic change," he added.   (end) responsible editor: Li Lin SF053相关的主题文章: