FRANKFURT Deutsche Bank's links to the world's largest lenders make it a bigger potential risk to the wider financial system than any other global bank, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said on Thursday.
LONDON/BRUSSELS European leaders told Britain on Tuesday to act quickly to resolve the political and economic confusion unleashed by its vote to leave the European Union last week, after the IMF said the uncertainty could put pressure on global economic growth. | Video
BEIJING Brexit creates huge political uncertainty and will put pressure on global growth, the International Monetary Fund (IMF)'s Deputy Managing Director Zhu Min said on Tuesday.
TOKYO The International Monetary Fund on Monday said the Japanese government's quest to revitalise its economy faces a long slog in the absence of 'bold' structural reforms, and urged Tokyo to move income policies and labour market reform to the forefront.
WASHINGTON Ukraine's fiscal and balance-of-payments pressures should ease if the country receives at least $1 billion worth of International Monetary Fund support this year as it puts its reform efforts back on track, the government's top economic adviser said.
HONG KONG, June 8 (Reuters Breakingviews) - Developing countries are going to have to find a new textbook for growth. The worldwide export boom that propelled residents of many emerging markets to higher incomes is not coming back any time soon. That's the grim lesson from the World Bank's latest downward revision to its global GDP forecasts. Domestic consumption and investing in infrastructure will have to pick up the slack.
BEIJING China and the United States agreed to push forward reforms at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to increase quotas for emerging economies, China's vice premier Wang Yang said on Tuesday.
PARIS France on Wednesday named Odile Renaud-Basso, a Brussels insider familiar with the internal workings of European institutions, as the new head of the French Treasury.
BRUSSELS Greece won its firmest offer yet of debt relief in what euro zone finance ministers called a breakthrough deal, bridging big differences between the IMF, which sought an immediate debt cut, and Germany, which argued that restructuring isn't needed.
DUBAI The International Monetary Fund backed Saudi Arabia's sweeping economic reform plan on Thursday and said the kingdom was cutting spending at the right speed to cope with a huge state budget deficit caused by low oil prices.