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Fed Tapering Is Key Downside Risk for Emerging Asia, OECD Says

Emerging Asia’s medium-term economic growth faces risks from the paring of monetary stimulus by the U.S. Federal Reserve,

IMF: Countries Should Prepare For Exit From Monetary Policies

Countries around the world should take steps to prepare for a potentially bumpy exit from the unconventional monetary policies the

Ireland on Course, But Recovery Fragile, IMF Says

The International Monetary Fund on Friday said Ireland is on course to emerge from its bailout, but lowered

IMF head warns US debt crisis threatens world economy

IMF managing director Christine Lagarde says failure to raise the debt ceiling is a far worse threat to global economy than the current

IMF: U.S. Shutdown "Fairly Benign" For Global Markets So Far

The U.S. Federal Government shutdown so far had been "fairly benign" for global financial markets, an official with

Spanish banks should boost capital without cutting lending – IMF

Spanish banks should keep strengthening their solvency without further cutting credit, the International

Latin America most vulnerable to higher U.S. Rates-IMF

Latin America is likely to suffer most if U.S. interest rates rise more quickly than economic conditions merit,

IMF and EU mission to Greece takes breather after progress

Greece's international lenders called a temporary halt to their latest mission to Athens on Sunday, saying they

Italy Banks Face Capital Risk Amid Low Profit, IMF Says

Italian banks’ capital buffers risk being depleted due to poor asset quality and weak profitability should an

India, China for early conclusion of IMF quota reforms

Calling for expeditious quota reforms of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), India and China today asked

IMF urges Ireland not to ease off on budget cuts next month

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) kept up the pressure on Ireland not to ease off on austerity just

Recent Chinese data reinforce IMF's 2013 GDP forecast: official

China's recent economic data reinforce the International Monetary Fund's forecast that the world's second-largest economy

OECD warns euro area still source of risk, sees 2014 growth

The European common currency area remains "a considerable source of risk" even though the systemic risk from

IMF Cuts Russia 2013 GDP Forecast to 1.5%

The International Monetary Fund slashed its growth forecast for Russia for 2013 and 2014 for the third time

IMF urges U.S. to bury budget hatchet, back fund reforms

The International Monetary Fund urged U.S. policymakers to support major reforms at the global lender

Lagarde Says Global Growth Remains Subdued

Global economic growth remains subdued despite signs of recovery and federal budget cuts are choking

System of unit labour cost, OECD - Updated: September 2013

Unit labour costs (ULCs) in OECD countries fell 0.2% in the second quarter of 2013 as labour productivity growth

Portuguese ruling party says IMF hypocritical on austerity

Portugal's ruling Social Democrats criticised the IMF for hypocrisy for seeking further fast budget cuts in the bailed-out country

EU and IMF warn of risks for Cyprus program

Cyprus has made progress with overhauling its banking sector and pushing through structural reforms to the

Greek PM pleads for some slack in latest EU/IMF inspection

Greece's lenders begin an inspection on Sunday which will determine the size of a third bailout to keep the debt-laden
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