International Monetary Fund

IMF to revise global economy recovery projections on positive cues

05 Jan 2010

Use SDRs for green funding in devlopiong countries: George Soros

16 Dec 2009

RBI buys 200 tonnes of gold from IMF for $6.7 billion

03 Nov 2009

In a bid to raise funds to expand its financing to poorer nations, the IMF rises $6.7 billion through a 200-tonne gold sale to India.

Strong demand pushing up Indian inflation: IMF

30 Oct 2009

The IMF said in some sectors recovery is advancing so rapidly that output gaps are reducing and inflationary pressures are emerging.

A warmer, gentler IMF?

07 Oct 2009

As we move into the next phase of this crisis, when the poor stand to be hit hardest once again, any movement by the IMF towards a more human face is to be welcomed, says says CNN's London correspondent, Richard Quest, in an exclusive column to domain-b

Pranab calls for major reforms at IMF, World Bank

06 Oct 2009

Finance minister Pranab Mukherjee today told the IMF-World Bank meeting in Istanbul that both institutions needed a major overhaul

IMF raises global growth forecast to 3.1 per cent in 2010

03 Oct 2009

The Washington-based lender said that the global economy is on the rise again, driven by emerging Asian countries, mainly China and India.

IMF lowers global loss estimates due to financial crisis to $3.4 trillion

30 Sep 2009

Although write-down estimates are subject to considerable uncertainty, the analysis shows that the financial system is on the mend, says the IMF

IMF to borrow $22 billion from Deutsche Bundesbank

23 Sep 2009

IMF to sell 403 tonnes of gold to boost lending resources

19 Sep 2009

The IMF plans to sell 403 tons of its gold reserves to boost lending to low-income countries,  making the 186-member institution less dependent on its lending revenue

We are still in the economic crisis: IMF chief

14 Sep 2009

India ready to lend up to $10 billion to IMF: Mukherjee

05 Sep 2009

The Indian pledge is part of the $80 billion that the four BRIC countries will invest to replenish the IMF fund to help countries struggling under the current financial crisis

BRICs seek higher stake in IMF, World Bank

05 Sep 2009

Brazil, Russia, India and China have demanded that quotas for the emerging economies and developing countries in the International Monetary Fund and the World bank be raised by 7.0 per cent and 6.0 per cent, respectively.

IMF chief warns of sluggish global recovery

05 Sep 2009

Despite the global economy emerging from the worst financial and economic crisis in the post-war period, recovery will be sluggish, cautions IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn

UK may pledge additional $11billion to IMF

31 Aug 2009

IMF allocates $250 billion in SDRs to members

31 Aug 2009

IMF governors approve $250 billion SDR allocations

17 Aug 2009

India to get SDRs worth $4.78 billion as IMF boosts member reserves

14 Aug 2009

IMF asks Australia to ramp up stress tests on banks

11 Aug 2009

IMF loan to Pakistan reaches $11.3 billion

10 Aug 2009

The IMF has hiked its assistance to Pakistan to help the government rehbilitate nearly three million people displaced by military operations in Swat and Malakand

IMF approves $3.2 billion loan to Pakistan

10 Aug 2009

The IMF fund is primarily intended to help the government’s priority spending to provide assistance to nearly three million people displaced by military operations

IMF turns borrower; signs deal with Japan, Canada and Norway

29 Jul 2009

The IMF's executive board has proposed an additional allocation of Special Drawing Rights, amounting to $250 billion, or 74 per cent of the current quota of its 186 member countries.

IMF extends $2.6-billion loan to Sri Lanka

27 Jul 2009

IMF plans to inject $250billion into global economy

23 Jul 2009

IMF ups global economic growth forecast to 2.5 per cent

16 Jul 2009

Recession seems to have loosened its grip on the global economy, but recovery is likely to be slow, the IMF said in its latest online survey.