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Guest Contribution: “Should Emerging Markets Fear A Fed Lift-Off?”

Today we are fortunate to have a guest contribution written by Carolina Osorio Buitron, Esteban Vesperoni, and Prakash Loungani, from the Research Department of the International Monetary Fund. The views expressed in this blog are solely those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of the IMF, its management, nor its Executive […]

The Challenges of the Greek Crisis

by Joseph Joyce The Challenges of the Greek Crisis The Greek crisis has abated, but not ended. Representatives of the “troika” of the European Commission, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund returned to Athens for talks with the Greek government about a new bailout. This pause allows an accounting of the many […]

Greece says IMF is taking part in bailout talks

ATHENS (Reuters) - The International Monetary Fund (IMF) will take part in top-level talks on Greece's third multi-billion euro bailout program on Friday, a Greek Finance Ministry official said on Thursday. "The representatives of the four institutions will meet on Friday at 10 a.m. Show More Summary

IMF board says Fund cannot join Greece bailout talks now: FT

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The International Monetary Fund can participate in discussions over the latest financial rescue for Greece but cannot officially join the talks until after the fiscally beleaguered nation has agreed to comprehensive reforms, the Financial Times reported on Thursday. Show More Summary

The forces driving Japan's global buying spree

The rapid pace of offshore Japanese activity goes beyond access to ultra-cheap funding provided by Japan's unconventional monetary policies.

The Fate Of China's Monetary Policy Is In The Hoofs Of Pigs

It seems China's efforts to stabilize their economy stock market knows no bounds - nowhere better exemplified than the 5% spike in an hour last night after injecting $100bn into the sovereign (rescue) fund - and western observers applaud the efforts as if they are costlessly saving the world. Show More Summary

Peaks and valleys

FED watchers mull automating monetary policy, emerging markets feel the effects of China's stockmarket slump and exchange-traded funds surpass hedge funds

International Monetary Fund Warns of Bad Outlook for the Eurozone

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    The euro logo in front of the former headquarters of the European Central Bank (ECB) in Frankfurt, Germany. (Alex Guibord / (CC BY-ND 2.0)) The international financial organization has warned of economic trouble ahead for the eurozone...Show More Summary

IMF Projects Annual Eurozone Medium-Term Growth Outlook at 1.6 Percent

International Monetary Fund (IMF) announced that euro currency zone will grow by an estimated 1.6 percent a year in the medium term.

Concerned About "Treason" Charges, Varoufakis Issues Public Statement On "Cloak And Dagger" Drachma "Plan B"

Over the weekend, the media world was abuzz with the leaked recording made during a July 16 "Greek Day" meeting by the Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum (OMFIF) which included a group of sovereign wealth funds, pension...Show More Summary

Kiev Expects IMF Loan of $1.7 Billion Next Week - Finance Minister Jaresko

Ukrainian Finance Minister said that Kiev is expecting the International Monetary Fund to make its decision to allot Kiev another loan tranche of $1.7 billion by the end of this week.

Greece bailout negotiations facing delay, minister confirms

``Bailout negotiators from the European Commission, European Central Bank (ECB) and International Monetary Fund had been due to start arriving in Athens last Friday to start talks for the new rescue package worth an expected 85 billion euro (£60 billion). But late yesterday, an un-named government official said talks at a "technical level" were now set to start on Tuesday.''

Future IMF Head May Come From Non-European Country

International Monetary Fund (IMF) First Deputy Managing Director David Lipton said that there are more and more eminently qualified people from outside Europe and the United States suitable for the position of the IMF head.

IMF Confirms Receiving Greek Loan Request

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) confirmed that it has received a new loan request from Greece, BBC reported.

Next IMF boss likely to come from outside Europe: deputy head

ATHENS (Reuters) - The next managing director of the International Monetary Fund is likely to come from outside Europe when current leader Christine Lagarde eventually leaves, the deputy head of the Washington-based fund said in an interview broadcast on Saturday. Show More Summary

Greece wants the IMF to join in upcoming bailout talks

ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Greece on Friday invited the International Monetary Fund to participate in its negotiations with European creditors over a vital third bailout — talks that are expected to start next week after a few days' delay and must conclude before Greece faces another big repayment Aug. Show More Summary

Kiev Says Ukraine Fulfills Conditions to Receive Tranche From IMF

Ukraine has fulfilled all conditions necessary to receive another tranche of financial aid from the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the Ukrainian presidential administration said on Friday.

Guest Contribution: “Time to Re-estimate the U.S. Output Gap: Have the Scars from the Crisis Healed?”

Today we are fortunate to present a guest contribution written by Ali Alichi, senior economist at the International Monetary Fund. The views expressed in this blog are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent the views of the IMF, its management, nor its Executive Board. Models with deterministic trends, such as the […]

MARK MOBIUS: There's a high chance China's yuan becomes a reserve currency

In recent months, China has stepped up a longstanding campaign for its currency (officially called the renminbi [RMB] but also referred to as the yuan), to be included as a part of the composition of the International Monetary Fund’s...Show More Summary

Silicon Valley Made a Bunch of Dudes Billionaires, But It’s Making You Poorer

First the tech industry made your life easier with iPhones, tablets, and smart-everything. But is it also making it harder for you to get ahead? A recent study on global income inequality by the International Monetary Fund identifies technological change as a top factor driving the split between rich and poor worldwide. Show More Summary

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