India urges IMF to implement quota reforms
Pointing out severe flaws in Human Capital Index, Garg said it will not succeed in focusing the attention of the world on building the right kind of human capital, which new technologies will need.
Analysis: At IMF meetings, China's globalisation agenda left behind in trade debate
Now the lustre on Beijing's trade and investment story has dulled amid rising U.S. tariffs, higher interest rates and capital flight from emerging markets, all of which threaten to erode global growth.
Pakistan ready to share details of CPEC debts with IMF for bailout package: FM Umar
Lagarde has made it clear that the IMF would require absolute transparency on Pakistan's debts, including those owned by China under the USD 50 billion CPEC.
"Innocent bystanders": Emerging economies struggle to contain capital outflows
Poorer and populous emerging markets have been particularly vulnerable to the escalating US-Sino tariff war.
Lagarde sees more market volatility ahead amid trade risks
The Bali meetings have been dominated by talk of the twin risks of trade and monetary policy tightening.
IMF warns trade friction, market turmoil to hurt Asian growth
IMF warned in its twice-yearly report on the APAC region that the market rout seen in emerging economies could worsen if the U.S. Fed and other major central banks tightened monetary policy more quickly than expected.
Pakistan seeks largest loan package from IMF
Pakistan is seeking its largest loan package of up to USD 8 billion from the IMF to bail itself out from a severe balance-of-payments crisis that threatens to cripple the country's economy.
Tweet Buster: Cautious optimism and buy ideas fly thick and fast
After losses of five weeks, benchmark indices ended this week in the positive terrain.
'Path of thorns': An IMF bailout set to impede Pakistan PM Imran Khan's populist agenda
The hard choices facing Pakistan pose a major headache for populist new Prime Minister Imran Khan.
De-escalate, fix, do not break: Christine Lagarde, IMF
In an exclusive interview with ET NOW’s Supriya Shrinate, IMF chief Christine Lagarde urges global leaders to fix and not destroy global trade.
World Bank, IMF heads urge US, China to play by trade rules
Lagarde and World Bank President Jim Yong Kim spoke separately on the sidelines of the lenders' annual meeting in a resort zone of the tropical Indonesian island of Bali.
Oil dips as IMF lowers global growth outlook; eyes on US hurricane
Brent crude futures were down 2 cents at $84.98 a barrel by 0049 GMT.
FPIs remain in sell-off mode; pull out Rs 26,600 crore in 2 weeks
FPIs sold equities to the tune of Rs 17,935 crore during October 1-12 and bonds worth Rs 8,645 crore.
Trillions in US net worth vulnerable to recession: IMF
The IMF, which in Indonesia this week is staging its annual meetings with the World Bank, cut its outlook for global GDP on Monday by two tenths to 3.7 percent through next year.
Structural reforms helping India in building resilience to global shocks: S C Garg
He also expressed hope that the prudent policy measures being undertaken now will also help contain the stress, currently seen in financial condition tightening, and oil prices etc.