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–Read More from Diplomat Artist Buzz on 2015 drop in food prices but also reflecting weaker economy and not good for emerging markets & poor farmers.
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Looming US Fed rate rise, the economic slowdown in China, falling commodity prices & conflict are the most immediate catalysts for risk to the global economy, but the impact would be most acutely felt in emerging & developing markets.

http://diplomatartist.com/economic-risks-to-downside-says-imf-ahead-of-g-20-chinameltdown/

Watch Film Report: ECONOMIC GROWTH IN ASIA & BRICS BRINGS REALLOCATION OF VOTES AT IMF
Economic growth in Asia & the emergence of developing economies particularly the BRICS has brought about a new phase at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) with developed Eurozone states yielding some allocated votes and authority in favor of upstarts.
http://diplomaticallyincorrect.org/movie/economic-growth-in-asia-brics-brings-reallocation-of-votes-at-imf/31665Image

MONEY BUZZ Blog Report: LOWER GROWTH PROSPECTS & HIGHER RISKS – GLOBAL ECONOMY, By Ambassador Mo
According to the IMF’s just released report on global economic health, the prospects for growth have been substantively reduced and the risks particularly to the financial system have risen, all largely linked to the Eurozone’s ongoing crisis and austerity.  –MORE–
http://diplomaticallyincorrect.org/blog_post/lower-growth-prospects-higher-risks-global-economy/54868Image

MONEY BUZZ Report: PETROLEUM PRICES STILL INFLATED BY SPECULATIImageON? By Ambassador Mo
As oil prices have been driven up by speculators, now they are similarly driven down, is the new argument. However, demand/supply, production and/or historical considerations do not justify current still inflated prices, (of around $85 per barrel for WTI and $100 for Brent), even as they have dropped close to 20% from recent highs. –More–
http://diplomaticallyincorrect.org/blog_post/petroleum-prices-still-inflated-by-speculation/53778