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Read moreThe U.K. government has been warning consumers for years about the dangers of high interest rates and is preparing for a hard landing.
It has also warned the global economy against buying the bonds of companies that have been in trouble.
“The outlook for the global financial system is very precarious,” said the Bank of England’s chief economist, Ben Broadbent.
“There is an increased risk of a global recession and financial crisis.”
The Bank of Japan and the European Central Bank are also warning about a possible recession and a potential spike in inflation.
The Bank for International Settlements has said the world economy is likely to hit a “hard landing” and that there could be a risk of recession.
The IMF has warned the U-turn by the Federal Reserve could trigger a “major and prolonged recession” that could take up to 10 years.
“A sharp turn to the downside in the economic outlook, combined with a sharp fall in world economic growth, could lead to a rapid reduction in the fiscal capacity of governments and potentially a global financial crisis,” the IMF said in a note this week.
The Fed has also cut its benchmark rate by $100 billion in a move that has been praised by some economists.
But others are concerned about the effect on the U.-S.
A report from UBS warned that interest rates could rise sharply again if the Fed does not take action.
“Our view is that the U .
S. central bank has the capacity to act on interest rate policy,” the report said.
The Federal Reserve is set to release its fourth round of policy Wednesday.
It will also meet Wednesday to discuss how to handle a potential global recession.
The Fed said last week that it could lower its benchmark interest rate by a quarter point to 2 percent in an effort to spur economic growth.