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IMF Encourages Investors to “Rely On Their Own Due Diligence”

Posted by Larry Doyle on October 7th, 2010 9:36 AM |

In the midst of the economic crisis, many business models have been exposed as broken. Other models have been exposed as downright useless. Somewhere in that realm lies the business model of our credit rating agencies. How will these entities, charged with providing meaningful credit ratings analysis, adapt to the changing economic and financial landscape? More importantly from my standpoint in trying to promote ‘sense on cents’, how should investors adapt? Well, my jaw dropped yesterday upon reading a report by none other than the International Monetary Authority on this topic. Let’s navigate.

The IMF recently produced a Global Financial Stability Report. Embedded in that report is an Executive Summary which highlights:  (more…)






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