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Revenge of Disaffected Europe Risks Crisis Sparked in Greece

They speak different languages, they come from different backgrounds, yet all have the same message of frustration that’s threatening to redraw the European political map over the next year. ... Read More
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Bank of Russia Picks New Monetary Policy Chief as Ruble Plunges

Russia’s central bank replaced its head of monetary policy after a series of emergency measures failed to contain the ruble’s decline, drawing criticism from President Vladimir Putin. Dmitry Tulin, a ... Read More

Mr. Yen Sees Drop He Forecast Nearing End on Economy

The 14 percent plunge in Japan’s currency since mid-year has about run its course, according to the former Ministry of Finance official known as “Mr. Yen.” Eisuke Sakakibara, who got ... Read More

I.M.F. warns of Global Financial Risk

Policy makers at a meeting of the International Monetary Fund said that high debt in China and a lack of spending in Europe, among other factors, could provoke a ... Read More

I.M.F. Asks Rich Nations for Support

The International Monetary Fund said that cash-rich countries needed to step up large public investments to help keep the flagging global recovery on track. The International Monetary Fund, showing ... Read More

IMF’s Lagarde urges France for structural reforms

The head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is urging France to speed up structural reforms to bolster economic growth and warning against using weak inflation as an excuse ... Read More

IMF: Ukraine May Need Bigger Bailout

Ukraine may need as much as $19 billion in additional funds from donors if its conflict with pro-Russian separatists continues during 2015, the International Monetary Fund warned on Tuesday. ... Read More

I.M.F. Chief, Lagarde, Under Investigation in France

Christine Lagarde, the head of the International Monetary Fund, said on Wednesday that French prosecutors had placed her under formal investigation over a murky business affair that dates to ... Read More

IMF urges St Vincent and Grenadines to Improve Tax Compliance

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has called on the authorities in St Vincent and the Grenadines to take steps to improve tax compliance. Tax compliance in the Caribbean territory ... Read More

The Fragmentation of Bretton Woods

The world has changed considerably since political leaders from the 44 Allied countries met in 1944 in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, to create the institutional framework for the post-World ... Read More
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