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  1. Lionel Melka:

    The spread widening is driven by the risk-off environment and unwinding (of positions).

  2. Henry Peabody:

    If rates rise, we expect some displacement in the bond market, we'll look at unwinding some of that equity position to find some of the cheaper bond credits out there.

  3. Madhavi Arora:

    The broader theme really has been a considerable pick-up in food inflation and unwinding of the favourable base of last year, as well as stickiness in services inflation.

  4. Director Christine Lagarde:

    The transition to a more market-based economy and the unwinding of risks built up in recent years is complex and could well be somewhat bumpy, that said, the authorities have the policy tools and financial buffers to manage this transition.

  5. Junichi Ishikawa:

    We have seen the yen, and particularly euro, gain on flight from risk which results in unwinding of carry trades. The euro has developed a reverse correlation with equities, particularly after the rout in China. Given its ample liquidity, it will likely continue to gain in times of 'risk off,'.

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