Government, Business

IMF, World Bank Leaders Appeal for End to Trade Wars

 Kristalina Georgieva Kristalina Georgieva by Jose Luis Magana/AP

WASHINGTON — The leaders of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank appealed to their 189 member countries Oct. 18 to resolve widening disagreements on trade and other issues, warning that the divisions threatened to make the consequences of a global slowdown even worse.

October 18, 2019
Government, Business

IMF Sees US Fading as Global Growth Engine

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The world is leaning less on its biggest economy to sustain the global recovery, according to the International Monetary Fund.

Andrew Mayeda | Bloomberg News
July 24, 2017

IMF Raises Global Forecast While Warning of Protectionism Threat

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The emergence of protectionist forces could undermine a modest brightening of the global growth outlook and is putting severe strain on the post-World War II economic order, the International Monetary Fund said.

Andrew Mayeda | Bloomberg News
April 18, 2017

IMF Cuts US Growth Forecast


The International Monetary Fund cut its forecast for U.S. growth this year, urging the Federal Reserve to lean toward modestly overshooting its inflation target in considering whether the economy can handle higher interest rates.

Andrew Mayeda | Bloomberg News
June 22, 2016

IMF Warns of Global Stagnation as Growth Outlook Cut Again

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A prolonged period of slow growth has left the global economy more exposed to negative shocks and raised the risk that the world will slide into stagnation, the IMF warned.

Andrew Mayeda | Bloomberg News
April 12, 2016