Posts Tagged ‘International Monetary Fund’

No-deal Brexit will be costly to UK, says IMF

By BLOOMBERG
LONDON • The International Monetary Fund (IMF) added its voice to calls for UK Prime Minister (PM) Theresa May to strike a Brexit deal ...

Regulatory environment for Islamic finance in Asia

By AKBAR KOMIJANI & FARHAD TAGHIZADEH-HESARY
An international Monetary Fund survey on the legal, regulatory and supervisory frameworks for Islamic ...

Turkey’s in a mess. Capital controls won’t help

By MARCUS ASHWORTH / Pic By BLOOMBERG
What to do when your currency is in freefall? One simple answer is to slam on capital controls and hope it all ...

IMF: India’s economy gaining momentum

By BLOOMBERG
NEW DELHI • India is on track to hold its position as one of the world’s fastest-growing economies as reforms start to pay off, according ...

Pakistan’s upcoming bailout dilemma

There are fears in Pakistan that the terms of any new IMF bailout will be stricter than in 2013
by AFP ISLAMABAD • Once Pakistan’s election winner ...

The race for Asean’s No 3

Malaysia is expected to reduce the GDP deficit of US$9.4b with Singapore to just over US$2b next year
By NG MIN SHEN / Pic ISMAIL CHE RUS Malaysia is ...
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IMF’s WEO forecasts stable growth for Asean-5 this year

By BERNAMA / Pic By BLOOMBERG
HANOI • Growth in the Asean-5 countries namely Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam are expected to ...
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IMF’s move augurs well for Islamic banks

IMF adds IF to market surveillance. In this 2nd and final part series, Chatta looks at what to expect on the regulatory front
By JAMSHAID ANWAR ...

Shifting China capital flows pose risk for EMs

A prolonged slide in China’s purchasing firepower would put upward pressure on global yields after a decade of binge-borrowing left the world’s EMs with a ...

China slams Trump’s ‘flip-flop’ on tariffs as trade spat worsens

Trump’s announcement seems to tear up an agreement reached only 10 days ago
By BLOOMBERG WASHINGTON • China hit back at US President ...

How money managers see global markets

Trade war, China devaluation, tech selloff top the worry list
by BLOOMBERG SINGAPORE • Beware higher bond yields, watch for a stronger dollar, and ...

Why the time to fix economic policy is as soon as possible

POLICYMAKERS from some 180 countries wrapped up the spring meeting of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank in Washington last Sunday with a ...