PARIS IMF chief Christine Lagarde will ask for a postponement of a trial aimed at establishing her role in a 400-million-euro ($428 million) payout to businessman Bernard Tapie as another investigation of the case is ongoing, her lawyer told Reuters.
BERLIN Germany expects the International Monetary Fund to stay on board in Greece's bailout program to evaluate Athens' reform efforts, a Finance Ministry spokeswoman said on Wednesday.
CAIRO/WASHINGTON Egypt won International Monetary Fund approval on Friday for a three-year, $12 billion bailout program aimed at reviving a struggling economy, bringing down public debt and controlling inflation while seeking to protect the poor.
WASHINGTON The International Monetary Fund said on Friday its executive board approved the renewal of its $250 billion crisis lending fund, the New Arrangements to Borrow, for another five-year period starting Nov. 17.
WASHINGTON The International Monetary Fund said on Thursday it looks forward to working with the Trump administration and believes the United States will remain fully committed to the Fund and other international institutions.
Record global debt levels pose a clear risk to oil demand, the International Energy Agency said on Tuesday, citing figures from the International Monetary Fund last week that showed the world is awash with a record $152 trillion in debt.
WASHINGTON It wasn't just Deutsche Bank that was grappling with big questions about the future at the International Monetary Fund meetings in Washington last week.
WASHINGTON The International Monetary Fund's member countries on Saturday pledged to revive flagging global trade, boost government spending and remove barriers to business to fight weak growth that has left too many people behind. | Video
WASHINGTON World finance leaders issued fresh warnings about economic stability risks on Friday amid worries about a massive U.S. fine for Deutsche Bank destabilizing Germany's largest bank, a sharp fall in the British pound and weak global growth.
WASHINGTON A disorderly reaction to possible U.S. interest rate hikes could disrupt capital flows and heighten asset price volatility in Asia, the International Monetary Fund said on Thursday.