IMF chief executive Christine Lagarde said he spoke to many central bankers. They were concerned about issues such as transparency and the opportunity they can fulfill correctly.
The French does not explicitly refer to the situation in the United States. Earlier this week, he made the IMF economist, Tobias Adrian. He made a parallel with the practices of the American president Richard Nixon and warned that it is very important that the independence of the central banks is not mined.
Trump has repeatedly criticized the Fed and believes that the central US central bank should do more for the economy. Last week he asked the institute to diminish interest rates and buy bonuses again.