The International Monetary Fund (IMF) said that the size of EU's stability Fund should be re-considered and increased as the IMF still seeks market as too risky. The IMF also mentioned that emerging markets should provide asset price special attention as it could form a new bubble along with the excessive credit streaming from of capital flows.

IMF statement said While progress has been made and most financial sectors are on the mend, risks to global financial stability remain, adding that problems in Greece, and now Ireland, have reignited questions about sovereign debt sustainability and banking sector health in a broader set of euro-area countries and possibly beyond.

In its recommendation, the IMF said that the Stability Fund should be increased and acquires a more flexible mandate to sustain easy access to the fund.