The International Monetary Fund just issued a dire new warning to China, and it has many fearing a possible stock market crash in 2016.
The IMF warned that growing corporate debt in China is an intensifying problem. They continued saying the debt must be immediately tackled if the Asian nation wants to avoid harming itself and the global economy.
The IMF, an international organization of 189 countries headquartered in Washington, D.C., issued that warning over the weekend. The main goal of the IMF is to promote international financial stability and sustainable economic growth. Continue reading