Canada in good books of IMF

Not every country appreciates the International Monetary Fund’s tutelage. Canada, however, is the teacher’s pet. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Finance Minister Bill Morneau invoked the IMF’s new thinking on deficits to justify their decision to borrow heavily to finance tax cuts and infrastructure spending. The fund’s managing director, Christine

IMF Retains India Growth Forecast At 7.5% For 2016, 2017

The International Monetary Fund has retained its growth forecast for India this year at 7.5 per cent, largely driven by private consumption even as weak exports and sluggish credit growth weigh on the economy. India's growth momentum is expected to be underpinned by private consumption, which has benefited from lower

The World without Cash

In February 2016, EU finance ministers called on the European commission “to explore the need for appropriate restrictions on cash payments exceeding certain thresholds” and called for increasing engagement with the European Central Bank to take appropriate measures to steadily cut down on the supply of high denomination notes, in