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The International Monetary Fund expects that worries over China will increase speculation over its economy as market dependence between emerging and developed countries increases.
Compared to the 50 percent linkage in 1995, movement in the global equity markets in 2015 was 80 percent, which shows an increased correlation between markets.
Following the crisis in 2008, the world markets from market spillovers to avant-garde economies has grown by 28 percent, as stated in the IMF report.
It was also indicated that China’s influence in the world financial system will continue to increase alongside the country’s economic and policy developments over global market ... (read more)