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FOMC Minutes: "Might be appropriate to raise the federal funds rate again fairly soon"

From the Fed: Minutes of the Federal Open Market Committee, January 31-February 1, 2017. Excerpts: In discussing the outlook for monetary policy over the period ahead, many participants expressed the view that it might be appropriate...Show More Summary

IMF: No haircut for Greek debt, more reforms needed

International Monetary Fund head Christine Lagarde says she sees no need for a "haircut" of Greek debt but says that Athens needs to make "significant progress" on reforms. Lagarde told … Click to Continue »

Portugal tries to please, but IMF demands more

Portugal is finding it hard to please the International Monetary Fund. Despite fighting its way out of a financial crisis, cutting the budget deficit to its lowest level in more … Click to Continue »

Eurozone Agrees to Greece Talks in Exchange for Bailout Payments

5 days agoNews : NYTimes: News

The agreement falls short of an all-encompassing deal, but is a positive sign ahead of a meeting this week between Germany and the International Monetary Fund.

Portugal repays half of IMF loan, calls it sign of health

Portugal's government says it has paid back to the International Monetary Fund half the money it received from the institution as part of a bailout in 2011, and says the … Click to Continue »

Debt-saddled Mongolia agrees $5.5 bn IMF bailout

5 days agoHumor / odd : The Sideshow

Mongolia has reached an agreement with the International Monetary Fund on a $5.5 billion bailout package, officials announced, as the debt-wracked country tries to stabilise its economy. The landlocked north Asian nation has been hit hard by a more than 50 percent fall over the past five years in the price of copper, its main export. Show More Summary

10 things you need to know before European markets open

Good morning! Here's what you need to know. 1. There won't be Grexit, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schauble said. Germany said that it expects the International Monetary Fund to continue participating in the bailout for debt-stricken Greece, despite the lender's doubts on the issue. 2. Show More Summary

Germany expects continued IMF aid for Greece

Germany said Sunday that it expects the International Monetary Fund to continue participating in the bailout for debt-stricken Greece, despite the lender's doubts on the issue. Ahead of key talks over the Greek debt saga, German Finance...Show More Summary

IMF agrees terms for $5 billion loan to debt-ridden Mongolia

The International Monetary Fund said Sunday that it and other partners have agreed on terms for a more than $5 billion loan package to the Mongolian government to help get … Click to Continue »

"Bank run" under Capital Controls: Greeks withdraw €2.5bn in 45 days

``Delays in the talks between Greece and its lenders have brought back the ghost of Grexit.  The grave disagreement between the International Monetary Fund and the European lenders, Grexit bombshell flying around and Greece's reluctance to accept additional austerity measures have increase uncertainty among citizens -- for one more time... Show More Summary

Greek Bank Run Re-accelerates: Massive Deposit Withdrawals Despite Capital Controls

Delays in the talks between Greece and its lenders have brought back the ghost of Grexit. The grave disagreement between the International Monetary Fund and the European lenders, Grexit bombshells flying around and Greece’s reluctance...Show More Summary

Greek PM warns IMF, Germany to stop ‘playing with fire’ over debt problems

Athens  – Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Saturday warned the International Monetary Fund and EU economic powerhouse Germany to stop playing with fire over his country’s debt problems. Opening a meeting of his far-left Syriza party, Tsipras said he was confident a solution over repayments would be found, despite talks between Greece and its […]

Christine Lagarde Worried About European Elections, Is Watching Donald Trump's Dodd Frank Reforms Closely

The International Monetary Fund's managing director said there was reason to be optimistic about U.S. growth.

Brussels talks fail to end Greece bailout impasse

Talks between Greece and its creditors ended with no breakthrough Friday as months of feuding with the International Monetary Fund raised fears of a new debt crisis. Greece is caught up in a complicated row with its eurozone paymasters...Show More Summary

Greece, Sliding

Here we go again. The Wall Street Journal: The International Monetary Fund warned on Tuesday that Greece once again risks a eurozone exit amid stalled bailout talks, sending the clearest signal yet the emergency lender isn’t likely to...Show More Summary

Germany's Schaeuble rules out cutting Greece's debt

German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble has reaffirmed his staunch opposition to slashing Greece's debt, even as the International Monetary Fund presses Athens' creditors for such a move. "We can't agree a debt reduction for Greece,...Show More Summary

10 things you need to know today (SPY, SPX, QQQ, DIA, BWLD, DIS, AAPL, BAC)

Here is what you need to know. Greece's debt will become "explosive" within 13 years. That's according to the latest report from the International Monetary Fund, which says the debt-ridden country will struggle when it has to refinance its loans at market rates in 2030. India unexpectedly holds rates. Show More Summary

IMF: Greek debt will become 'explosive' within 13 years

LONDON — Greece's national debt is unsustainable and liable to become "explosive" once the country tries to refinance its loans at market interest rates from 2030, the International Monetary Fund said in a staff report. The IMF staff...Show More Summary

Greece: IMF in disagreement over bailout measures

Greece's government says members of the International Monetary Fund's executive are in disagreement on bailout measures required for the debt-plagued country, complicating efforts to break an impasse in talks. Government … Click to Continue »

IMF split over Greek bailout increases geopolitical tensions in Europe – business live

All the day’s economic and financial news, as investors worry about the Greek debt talks, and elections in France and Germany 7.57am GMT A split has opened up at the International Monetary Fund over the terms of Greece’s bailout, raising new doubts over its participation in the rescue plan. Show More Summary

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