The International Monetary Fund has outlined recommendations for resolving issues hampering the world economy. The IMF says the EU should quickly establish a banking union, including a resolution agency for troubled banks. "Investors' faith in euro-area bank balance sheets must be restored ... and banking union completed," according to the IMF. Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank, also stresses the importance of a banking union. Draghi says a mechanism for winding down troubled banks should be running by 2015.