Exactly one year ago, in its Global Financial Stability report, the IMF issued a stark warning when looking at the soaring level of private sector debt:
International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Christine Lagarde released a blog post Tuesday, March 13, Addressing the Dark Side of the Crypto World. In it, she argues increasing fascination with cryptocurrencies has brought along grave costs:
Twenty-four hours ago the decentralized cryptocurrency bitcoin and its US$300Bn market capitalization just surpassed the International Monetary Fund's (IMF) Special Drawing Rights market (SDR $291Bn).
Venezuela's triple-digit annual inflation rate is set to jump to more than 2,300 percent in 2018, the highest estimate for any country tracked by the International Monetary Fund.
Bitcoin ""puts a question mark on the fractional banking model we know today."
A day of reckoning is approaching for rogue forms of money like digital blockchain currencies, when they run head into the global banking cartel. While the Bitcoins of the world are proving a point, global Technocrats have no intention of releasing t
Since China is already a maturing Technocracy with 1.4 billion citizens, it is a natural for the Technocratic IMF to relocate to Bejing. Scientific social engineering is the global mantra but nobody has yet consulted with citizens. ? TN Editor
Shortly after yesterday's rate hike by the Bank of Canada, its first since 2010, we warned that as rates in Canada begin to rise, the local economy which has seen a striking decline in hourly earnings in the past year...
Stop us if you've heard this story before. Insolvent Greece, having last week voted itself into even more austerity in hopes of unlocking some of the money promised it by Brussels so it can then use it to repay debt maturities owed to the ECB (wheth
Greece is in reverse. Greek Unemployment Rose to 23.1%, GDP contracted 1.2% last quarter, and now the US is pressuring the IMF to back away from continued bailouts.
Former IMF Chief Sent To Jail As Spain Prosecutes 65 Elite Bankers In Enormous Corruption Scandal
The EU faces a looming crisis which could threaten the sustainability of the eurozone as the International Monetary Fund has warned Greece's debts are on an "explosive" path, despite years of attempted austerity and economic reforms.
For the umpteenth time, the IMF has warned that Greece cannot meet fiscal targets set by its creditors. And once again, the IMF insists that it will not be a part of the "Troika" unless the goals on Greece are realistic.
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The International Monetary Fund is raising its forecast for the U.S. economy this year and in 2018, reflecting an expected boost from the economic policies of President-elect Donald Trump.
As the world's elite gather in Davos to decide for the minions what the world should look like, The IMF has taken a far dimmer view of global (and by that we mean Trumpian) economic growth than markets appear to be.
The IMF chief is apparently too big to jail.
French Court of Cassation (highest court of appeal) Attorney General Jean-Louis Nadal ordered the Tapie dossier made public, including allegations that "Lagarde had indeed acted in a way to defeat the law...to help Tapie gain a favourable decision, a
Bolivian president Evo Morales recently announced that Bolivia will no longer respond to pressure or blackmail from the US government or Rothschild-controlled international banking institutions.
World Finance Officials Pledge More Resources to Aid Growth … World finance leaders pledged Saturday to use more resources to try to bolster economic gains as they confront stubbornly slow growth and a rising backlash against globalization.
As global growth declines, the world managers at the IMF are looking around for someone to blame. The problem is protectionism and populism, they claim. Well they are partly right, but the problem lies also with the world managers themselves.
Hungary has regained its economic sovereignty. Will other countries follow Hungary's example?
The head of the United Nations' International Monetary Fund, Christine Lagarde, is facing charges in France for embezzlement. If found guilty, she could go to prison for ten years. - RebelMedia