International Monetary Fund Annual Report 1958 [electronic resource]

International Monetary Fund
Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 1958.
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Annual Report of the Executive Board; 1958.
Annual Report of the Executive Board; 1958
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1 online resource (229 p.)
Local subjects:
Actual expenditures.
Aggregate trade.
Agricultural exports.
Amount of exports.
Balance of payments.
Bilateral agreement.
Bilateral agreements.
Bilateral arrangements.
Bond issues.
Bond yield.
Capital expenditures.
Capital exports.
Capital flows.
Capital goods.
Capital goods exports.
Capital inflow.
Capital movements.
Capital outflow.
Capital transactions.
Central bank.
Coffee exports.
Commodity composition.
Commodity prices.
Common market.
Corporate bond.
Corporate bonds.
Cost of credit.
Credit expansion.
Current account deficit.
Debt service.
Deep mine.
Deposit money.
Deposit requirements.
Discount rate.
Discount rates.
Discriminatory restrictions.
Diversified exports.
Domestic credit.
Domestic demand.
Domestic economy.
Domestic investment.
Domestic origin.
Domestic prices.
Domestic production.
Economic community.
Economic cooperation.
Effective exchange rates.
Excess demand.
Exchange arrangements.
Exchange auctions.
Exchange control.
Exchange earnings.
Exchange markets.
Exchange payments.
Exchange rate.
Exchange rate systems.
Exchange rates.
Exchange reserves.
Exchange restrictions.
Exchange risks.
Exchange systems.
Exchange transactions.
Expansion of exports.
Export boom.
Export capital.
Export certificate.
Export competitiveness.
Export credits.
Export data.
Export demand.
Export earnings.
Export goods.
Export of capital.
Export premiums.
Export price.
Export prices.
Export proceeds.
Export products.
Export rates.
Export receipts.
Export restrictions.
Export sector.
Export subsidies.
Export taxes.
Export trade.
Export transactions.
Export volume.
Exports of goods.
External finance.
External position.
Fixed investment.
Fluctuating exchange rate.
Foreign capital.
Foreign exchange.
Foreign exchange earnings.
Foreign exchange payments.
Foreign exchange position.
Foreign exchange reserves.
Foreign trade.
Free exchange markets.
Free trade.
Free trade area.
Gold and uranium.
Gold mining.
Gold prices.
Gold production.
Gold reserves.
Government bond.
Government bond yield.
Government bonds.
Government securities.
Holdings of government securities.
Import controls.
Import demand.
Import duties.
Import liberalization.
Import prices.
Import restrictions.
Import value.
Importing countries.
Income velocity of money.
Increased export.
Increased exports.
Increased trade.
Increasing competition.
Indirect taxes.
Industrial countries.
Industrial exports.
International financial statistics.
International liquidity.
International monetary relations.
International trade.
International trading.
Investment goods.
Liberalization of trade.
Liberalization policies.
Local currencies.
Loss of confidence.
Manufactured exports.
Marginal mines.
Marginal reserve requirements.
Market exchange rate.
Market exchange rates.
Member country.
Merchandise exports.
Mine development.
Mineral exports.
Minimum reserve requirements.
Mining companies.
Mining industry.
Monetary authorities.
Monetary control.
Monetary expansion.
Monetary fund.
Monetary gold.
Monetary liabilities.
Monetary measures.
Monetary policies.
Monetary policy.
Monetary relations.
Monetary reserve.
Monetary reserves.
Monetary stability.
Monetary survey.
Monetary system.
Money market.
Money market rates.
Money markets.
Money supply.
Mortgage bond.
Movement of capital.
Movement of export.
Movement of exports.
Multilateral system.
Multiple currency practices.
Multiple exchange rate.
Multiple exchange rates.
National bank.
National policies.
Net capital.
Nonmember countries.
Official exchange rate.
Official reserves.
Open market.
Open market operations.
Open market sales.
Pattern of trade.
Petroleum exports.
Price stability.
Prices of exports.
Principal export.
Private capital.
Production of gold.
Protectionist measures.
Protectionist sentiment.
Quantitative restrictions.
Rate of credit expansion.
Reserve holdings.
Reserve positions.
Reserve ratios.
Reserve requirements.
Restrictive monetary policies.
Savings deposits.
Securities transactions.
Share of exports.
Short-term capital.
Short-term debt.
Short-term funds.
Small producers.
Stabilization programs.
Stable prices.
Tariff rates.
Technical training.
Terms of trade.
Total expenditure.
Total export.
Total exports.
Trade agreement.
Trade area.
Trade barriers.
Trade data.
Trade deficit.
Trade effects.
Trade figures.
Trade restrictions.
Trade surplus.
Trade union.
Training program.
Unit value of manufactured exports.
Value of exports.
Value of imports.
Value of trade.
Volume of trade.
World demand.
World economy.
World exports.
World market.
World markets.
World output.
World price.
World prices.
World trade.
United Kingdom.
United States.
This paper reviews key findings of the IMF’s Annual Report for the fiscal year ended April 30, 1958. The report highlights that at the beginning of 1957, the world economy was still dominated by boom conditions generated by an intense worldwide wave of private and public investment, which was reflected in a large demand for capital. Already in some countries, there were signs that a period of readjustment was not far off, but most of the payments problems that called for treatment during the first three quarters of the year had their origin in the inflationary methods.
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