MOSCOW Russian President Vladimir Putin will hold bilateral meetings at a G20 summit with Chinese leader Xi Jinping, Turkish President Recep Erdogan, IMF head Christine Lagarde and British Prime Minister David Cameron, Kremlin foreign policy aide Yuri Ushakov said on Friday.
WASHINGTON The U.S. Federal Reserve should wait to see firm signs of rising inflation as well as a stronger labor market before hiking benchmark interest rates, an International Monetary Fund paper said on Thursday.
BEIJING/SHANGHAI International Monetary Fund policymakers plan to meet in November to review whether to include the Chinese yuan in the Fund's reserve currency basket, but a specific date has not been set, the IMF said in a statement on Wednesday.
SHANGHAI Even as the International Monetary Fund prepares to accept China's yuan in its basket of reserve currencies, a major diplomatic victory for Beijing's campaign to internationalise the currency, foreign companies are growing more sceptical.
SHANGHAI Even as the International Monetary Fund prepares to accept China's yuan in its basket of reserve currencies, a major diplomatic victory for Beijing's campaign to internationalize the currency, foreign companies are growing more skeptical.
BUCHAREST The prospects of Romania lining up a new aid deal led by the International Monetary Fund are dimming, and the country risks backsliding on commitments to run tight budget deficits and implement structural reforms.
PARIS French investigators are looking into the financial dealings of former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn after legal complaints by people who put money into a now-bankrupt investment fund he headed, an official in the French judiciary said on Friday.
LONDON China's currency is now the third most traded on the EBS platform, overtaking such pairs as the dollar-Swiss franc and euro-yen on one of the main independent venues where banks trade currencies.
LIMA Central banks have little room for error in a low-growth world in which over-leveraged and commodity-dependent emerging economies and a slowing China are major risks, top international financiers told the International Monetary Fund's meeting.
LIMA International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde said on Thursday the global lender may push ahead with interim steps to give emerging markets a bigger say, despite a stalemate in the U.S. Congress over approval of broader governance reforms.