International Monetary Fund (IMF)
Macri’s defeat marks a setback for right-wing politics in an increasingly volatile region.
The IMF’s latest global economic outlook picks up where it left off in April by further reducing growth projections for 2019 and 2020.
Voters caught investors off-guard with their early rejection of Macri’s austerity policies. But will the resulting carnage in Argentine currency and equity markets change any minds?
The political and economic difficulties are piling up for Sri Lanka.
In Pakistan’s failed IMF talks, we see growing friction between the old and the new financial word orders.
Argentinian President Mauricio Macri talked the talk of market liberalization, but his government has walked right into another IMF bailout.
In spite of its geopolitical gifts, financial crisis may once again be thwarting Argentina’s regional ambitions.
Ambivalence in the United States on new Russia sanctions, a Jupiter rises to defend democracy in Europe, and the IMF predicts solid global growth for 2018.
Years of rhetoric has finally entered the realm of substance, as the BRICS have officially signed off on a plan to create rival institutions to the IMF and World Bank.