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No, This Major Greek Lender Isn't Changing Its Tune On Austerity

Three International Monetary Fund economists appeared Thursday to call on governments to reconsider the value of austerity and openness to foreign capital. The article, simply entitled, “Neoliberalism: Oversold?” is making waves precisely...Show More Summary

IMF Approves 2-Year $88Bln Credit Line Agreement with Mexico

International Monetary Fund announced that A two-year $88 billion flexible credit line has been approved for Mexico and the previous $67 billion agreement with the country has been cancelled.

IMF Approves Program for Economic Reconstruction of Somalia

Christine Lagarde, International Monetary Fund managing directo,r has approved a program of Somalia rebuilding, the IMF said in a press release on Friday.

IMF: The last generation of economic policies may have been a complete failure

The International Monetary Fund thinks all that neoliberalism might've been too much of a good thing. Neoliberalism — which IMF researchers Jonathan Ostry, Prakash Loungani, and Davide Furceri loosely define as the opening of economies...Show More Summary

The IMF is starting to think that 'neoliberalism' has created an inequality problem

Some of the most senior economists within the International Monetary Fund — often dubbed the "central bank's central bank" — are beginning to question parts of the neoliberal consensus that has dominated economic thinking for the past...Show More Summary

IMF: No Cash Now for Greece Because Europe Hasn't Promised Debt Relief

A senior International Monetary Fund official Wednesday said it can't help Europe with fresh emergency financing for Greece because Athens's creditors haven't yet committed to detailed debt relief. The comments show that the agreement...Show More Summary

China, US to Coordinate Monetary Policy in the Wake of Renminbi Devaluation

As a hike in the Fed fund rates is looming, and Chinese authorities intend to negotiate favourable conditions for the country's transition from an international trade-based model toward other sources of growth, as the expected appreciation of global reserve currencies is seen as a potentially disruptive factor for global trade.

Int'l Community Should Help Emerging Markets Return to Income Growth - IMF

Emerging economies need greater assistance from the international community to reach income levels comparable with developed countries, International Monetary Fund (IMF) First Deputy Managing Director David Lipton said on Tuesday.

Robo-Yellen? How Artificial Intelligence Could One Day Set Monetary Policy

Far-reaching economic indicators, including unemployment, GDP and federal fund rates may all soon be predicted by technology, as artificial intelligence seeks to give Federal Reserve Janet Yellen, Chairwoman of the Board of Governors for the Federal Reserve, as well as thousands of rank and file stock traders, a run for their, and your, money.

The Abhorrent and Detestable International Treatment of Greece

Modern Greece is not a model of virtue. No country is. But to understand the current Greek tragedy brought about largely by the European Union and America's International Monetary Fund, one must see behind the surface. I visit Greece nearly every year. Show More Summary

IMF Reaches Agreement With Bosnia on 550Mln Euro Assistance Package

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) reached an agreement with the authorities of Bosnia and Herzegovina on an economic program of the country, according to IMF head of mission Nadeem Ilahi.

Ireland Expects Deal on Greek Funds at Eurozone Finance Ministers Meeting

Irish Finance Minister Michael Noonan said that from Ireland’s point of view the International Monetary Fund (IMF) should remain involved in the Greek bailout.

Why IMF Funding Will be Good for Angola

As you read this in the spring of 2016, the International Monetary Fund and the government of Angola are engaged in talks for a three-year extended loan program. The IMF financing, known as the Extended Fund Facility program, could be...Show More Summary

The IMF and calling Berlin's bluff over Greece

Pepare for some tense moments in the next few weeks and months as Greece and its creditors struggle to agree the first review of last year's bailout... The International Monetary Fund has concluded that Greek public debt, at 180 perShow More Summary

Kazakhstan to Suffer From Commodity Prices Drop, Regional Slowdown

Kazakhstan’s economy has been struggling with falling commodity prices amid general economic slowdown in the region, International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Christine Lagarde said in a press release on Tuesday.

Study finds little change in the IMF's policy advice, despite rhetoric of reform

A new study, the largest of its kind, has systematically examined International Monetary Fund (IMF) policies over the past three decades. It found that--despite claims to have reformed their practices following the global financial crisis--the IMF has in fact ramped up the number of conditions imposed on borrower nations to pre-crisis levels. read more

Oops! Ukrainians Unaware of IMF’s Demands on New Loan Tranche

Even though the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has approved a new loan to Kiev, Ukrainians have little reason to rejoice as the next tranche is smaller than expected and the government has kept mum about the price the people will have to pay for it.

Greece Braces for More Austerity Amid EU-IMF Quarrel About Debt

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras braces for yet another vote on additional austerity measures, as European creditors remain at loggerheads with the International Monetary Fund about how much debt relief the country will get for its pain... Show More Summary

The world economy is running on monetary fumes

With global growth stalling, the International Monetary Fund has repeatedly revised down its forecasts and is now calling for more assertive policy action to boost demand. In normal times, central banks cutting short-term interest rates is — even for liberal Keynesians like Paul Krugman — sufficient to address deficient demand. Show More Summary

Another Stern Stock Market Crash Warning Was Just Issued by the IMF  

Another Stern Stock Market Crash Warning Was Just Issued by the IMF   Listen up! Another stern stock market crash warning was just issued from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) this week. The post Another Stern Stock Market Crash Warning Was Just Issued by the IMF   was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!

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