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Portugal: Completing the Job

There is no doubt that Portugal has made remarkable progress over the past three years. When the sovereign lost access to international bond markets in 2011, the outlook was grim.

OECD Says Tax Evasion Plan to Include Broker Accounts

Accounts at brokers and insurers need to be included along with banks in a plan designed to share data among

IMF Approves EUR 910 Mln Disbursement To Portugal

The International Monetary Fund agreed to disburse EUR 910 million to Portugal on the completion of its tenth

IMF Says BoJ Need Not Ease Monetary Policy Further

The Bank of Japan has no need to ease monetary policy further as inflation is rising toward the 2 percent target,

OECD Underestimated Spillover Effect During Financial Crisis

The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development Tuesday said it underestimated the degree to

OECD unemployment rate falls to 7.6% in December 2013

The OECD unemployment rate fell by 0.1 percentage point for the third consecutive month to 7.6% in

Composite leading indicators continue to point to an improving economic outlook in most advanced economies

Composite leading indicators (CLIs), designed to anticipate turning points in economic activity relative to trend,

IMF urges central banks to be aware of impact on others

The International Monetary Fund on Thursday urged central banks to keep in mind the consequences their actions have on other countries,

Spain Firing Aid Reversal Risks Jobs, OECD’s Bassanini Says

Spain’s labor overhaul risks running out of steam after the government scrapped aid that encouraged small

OECD annual inflation nudges up to 1.6% in December 2013

Consumer prices in the OECD area rose by 1.6% in the year to December 2013, compared with 1.5% in the year to

China PMI Batters Global Markets…Are you kidding me?

“Economic Shifts in U.S. and China Batter Markets” continuing “Stocks Slide Globally…Investors Head for Exits”

IMF says emerging market turbulence raises concerns over liquidity

The International Monetary Fund urged central banks on Friday to ensure that a financial market rout in the

IMF raises UAE 2014 growth forecast, warns against property bubble

The International Monetary Fund has raised its 2014 economic growth forecast for the United Arab Emirates to

The Outlook for Latin America and the Caribbean in 2014

Looking to the year ahead, how do we see the global economic landscape, and what will this mean for our

France must do more to promote quality jobs for older workers, says OECD

Promoting quality employment for older workers is crucial to boosting growth and ensuring a financially

International creditors begin 3rd assessment of Cyprus' financial rescue program

International creditors are back in Cyprus to gauge whether the country is living up to the terms of its financial

IMF Says Emerging Markets Must Tame Inflation

A top International Monetary Fund official said emerging markets must act quickly to tame rampant

Jobs and Growth: Supporting the European Recovery

As we begin the new year, Europe confronts both good and bad news. First the good news. Growth is finally picking up in the

IMF warns Iraq budget increasingly vulnerable to oil price

Iraq's state finances are increasingly vulnerable to a drop in oil prices and the government could have

European banks have 84 billion euro capital shortfall, OECD estimates

European banks have a combined capital shortfall of about 84 billion euros ($115 billion), German weekly
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