The cheque is in the post. Greece has confirmed it’s made arrangements for the payment today of a 450 million-euro loan installment to the
Media reports in Russia say the government is ready to offer financial help to the Greek prime minister when he visits Moscow this week. Alexis
Greece will make good with its creditors and implement much needed reforms. That was the promise from the country’s Finance Minister Yanis
Seeking to plug a 15 billion dollar funding gap, Ukraine has said it will begin crucial talks with its creditors on how to restructure the conflict-torn country's debt on Friday.
The International Monetary Fund has approved a four-year aid programme for Ukraine worth around $17.5 billion (15.5 billion euros). The country’s
The head of the Eurogroup has repeated his call that time is running out for Greece. Dutch Finance Minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem said further talks
Greece will today ask the eurozone to extend what it is calling a ‘loan agreement’ and European officials are calling a ‘bailout’. Negotiations
Greece intends to ask for a six month extension of its loan agreement with the eurozone today but ministers stressed it would not be the same as the
Talks in Brussels between Greece and its eurozone creditors collapsed in disarray on Monday night but Athens says it is confident a deal can still be
Greece has been given until Friday to request an extension to its bailout programme or face the consequences. The ultimatum came after Monday’s talks
The Ukrainian President has told a reporters there’s “no good news yet”, at Minsk peace talks. Poroshenko quoted by AFP news agency continued saying
DSK back in the dock
Former IMF head Dominique Strauss-Kahn goes on trial in his native France on Monday on charges of ‘aggravated pimping’ that
A team with almost no experience in government takes on daunting challenges for Greece as the euro zone’s most heavily indebted member.
James Franey euronews: “Christine Lagarde, you’re the head of the IMF; You are here in Dublin, Ireland to talk about the lessons we can learn from
Growth in China has slowed to its lowest rate in more than 20 years and its economy is expected to lose more momentum in 2015. Growth of 7.4 percent
Business Middle East this week take a closer look at the International Monetary Fund’s latest predictions. A pessimistic IMF has lowered its
Amid fears the global economic recovery could stall, some of the world’s top finance officials are expressing alarm at the eurozone’s weak
There was only one moment in Monday’s press conference in Washington when Christine Lagarde reacted somewhat emotionally – and that was when euronews
IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde has a number of pressing problems at the IMF/World Bank Spring Meeting in Washington.
The crisis in the European Union is far from over, despite some positive economic signs, according to the International Monetary Fund.
The guardian of global growth and economic stability has set its sites lower for the coming year in its twice-yearly World Economic Outlook. The
The International Monetary Fund has trimmed its projections for global economic growth for this year and next.
It says that is to take into account
The global economic outlook may be slightly improved, but there is still a long and uncertain road ahead.
Euronews was joined on the Global
The International Monetary Fund says the eurozone’s short term growth prospects have improved a little bit, as IMF head Christine Lagarde praised
Christine Lagarde, the Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund, is one of the most powerful women on the planet, she can move markets
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