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IMF’s Lagarde put under investigation in French fraud case

Allegations relate to an arbitration award to a supporter of ex-president nicholas sarkozy.


IMF chief Lagarde under investigation for corruption charges in France

Lagarde said she was returning to her work in Washington later in the day and said the decision was “without basis.”


The barefoot government

A government shorn of Western educated ministers could change the status quo.


‘Global economic momentum could be less robust than expected’

The measures to sustain demand, despite the best intentions of central banks, are finding their limit.

Shadow of doubt

It is imperative for the IMF to address the perception that it is not evenhanded in its approach.

IMF finds Pakistan economy on growth track, to meet reform targets

An area of concern, however, remains the high core and headline inflation.

Read more: GDP, IMF, Pakistan economy

Inflation trinity

Monetary, fiscal and supply-side policies need to tackle price rise in tandem.

G20 ‘deeply disappointed’ on continued delay in IMF reforms

the grouping has kept up the pressure on the US that has held up governance reforms

Rajan bats for global safety net, coordinated action at Brookings

Calls for coordination in policy administered by a multilateral body to tackle emergencies.

Sensex jumps to new high on IMF forecast, foreign inflow

Investors regain blue-chip appetite, especially rate-sensitive banks.

The IMF forecast a modest recovery for India with the GDP growth accelerating from 4.6% in FY14 to 5.4% in FY15 and 6.4% in FY16. (Reuters)

IMF sees modest recovery for India, pushes for tighter monetary policy

IMF growth forecast for India is on a fiscal year basis.

IMF still sees advantage for banks ‘too important to fail’

In its Global Financial Stability Report, the IMF said top banks benefited from investors’ belief that they would be rescued in a crisis.

Read more: Euro zone, IMF, Kingdom
When some Indian bureaucrats have argued in favour of a closed capital account at international forums, they have faced amusement from the audience.

No escape from freedom

A closed capital account is not a real option. We should focus on sequence and timing.

Read more: currency crises, IMF, RBI

Delay in IMF reform is G20’s first failure: Mayaram

‘Fed must provide tapering guidance’

Semi Column: IMF differs from FM’s prescription

Most of the medium-term targets proposed by the IMF for India runs counter to
the broad policy direction offered in the vote-on-account.


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