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United Kingdom
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IMF Staff Country Reports
In recent years, the IMF has released a growing number of reports and other documents covering economic and financial developments and trends in member countries. Each report, prepared by a staff team after discussions with government officials, is published at the option of the member country
Table Of Contents
Cover; Contents; I. Staff Appraisal; II. Balance Sheet Strains; A. Financial Institutions; Figures; 1. Real Sector; 2. Banking Indicators; B. Households and Corporations; 3. Households and Corporates; 4. Property Prices; C. Macro-Financial Linkages; 5. Credit and Capital Market Developments; 6. Lending Spreads; D. The Public Sector Balance Sheet; 7. Fiscal Developments; E. Sterling and the UK External Position; III. Cross-Border Spillovers; 8. External Sector; Boxes; 1. Potential Spillovers from the UK Financial System to the Rest of the World; IV. The Outlook and Risks; A. Central ScenarioB. Risks and Underlying VulnerabilitiesV. Repairing the Financial System; A. Restoring Credit Flows; 2. Capitalization of the UK Banking System; B. Regulatory Response; VI. Monetary Policy in Unconventional Territory; A. The Outlook for Inflation; 9. Price Developments; B. Launching Unconventional Easing Operations; C. Addressing Risks; VII. Restoring Fiscal Sustainability; 3. Fiscal Adjustment: International Experience; Tables; 1. Selected Economic and Social Indicators; 2. Public Sector Operations; 3. Balance of Payments; 4. Net Investment Position; 5. Medium-Term Scenario; AnnexesI. Selected Policy Measures in Response to the Crisis since July 2008II. Sterling and External Adjustment; III. Assessing the Impact of the Financial Crisis on Potential Growth; IV. Central Bank Asset Purchases in a Cross-Country Perspective; V. Public Debt Sustainability; Contents; I. Fund Relations