As U.S. Stocks Near All-Time High, Risks Follow, Says Former IMF Deputy
Risks stemming from the high-flying U.S. stock market and mounting debt loads are the main threats facing global financial markets, warned Zhu Min, a former deputy managing director of the IMF, at the Boao Forum for Asia Annual Conference.
The U.S. stock markets have been rising toward historical highs, but risks are also looming, said Zhu, president of National Institute of the Financial Research at Tsinghua University in Beijing.
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