IMF Gives Negative Assessment of US Financial Policy
14 Jun
2013
Written by Sam Allcock

IMF Gives Negative Assessment of US Financial Policy »

The world’s largest economy was criticised by the International Monetary Fund due to its slow private sector growth and its $85 billion Read more…

Pressure on Greece mounting from all directions »

The German interior minister, Hans-Peter Friedrich, has said that Germany is actually prepared to come to the aid of Greece but only if Read more…

New fears that Spain is succumbing to debt crisis
13 Nov
2011
Written by Sam Allcock

New fears that Spain is succumbing to debt crisis »

Economy
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Although there has been some degree of progress in both Greece and Italy, it is feared that Spain will be the next sovereign Read more…

IMF Proposal for Increased Bailout Funds Expected to Be Supported in G20 Summit
16 Oct
2011
Written by Sam Allcock

IMF Proposal for Increased Bailout Funds Expected to Be Supported in G20 Summit »

Economy
14

Plans proposed by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and European government leaders for a larger bailout fund are expected to be backed by Read more…

European Banks May Need to Come up with €200 Billion
14 Oct
2011
Written by Sam Allcock

European Banks May Need to Come up with €200 Billion »

Economy
21

After a recent proposal made by Europe’s banking industry regulator, the European Banking Authority (EBA), banks may need to raise an accumulative  €200 Read more…

IMF warning UK may need to setback austerity
20 Sep
2011
Written by Sam Allcock

IMF warning UK may need to setback austerity »

Economy
30

In their most recent statement, the IMF is warning that the UK government’s austerity programme may need to be set back if growth Read more…