For purist feminists with an eye on Europe, the past week has been pretty good. After decades of male dominance at the top of two of Europe’s most powerful institutions, Ursula von der Leyen and Christine Lagarde unexpectedly secured the backing of the bloc’s leaders to head up the European Commission and the
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has indicated that global trade expanded by merely 0.5% in the first quarter of 2019, marking the slowest year-on-year pace of growth since 2012. This certainly comes as disturbing news as there are also signals that a more significant slowdown is possible.
In a stunning reaffirmation of core European values, the next European leadership team will be led by women and men who are strongly committed to European partnership and opposed to the anti-European ideology of Boris Johnson, Viktor Orban, Matteo Salvini and Marine Le Pen.
US President Donald Trump called Argentine President-elect Alberto Fernandez to congratulate the center-left politician for winning Sunday’s election and discuss the South American country’s troubled economy.
The State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) released its first quarterly report on the state of Pakistan’s economy for the fiscal year of 2020 that stated progressive move as macroeconomic stabilisation process boosted with the initiation
The Managing Director of International Monetary Fund (IMF), Kristalina Georgieva has warned against financial / income inequalities within countries which according to her might lead to another financial crisis.
IMF has cautioned that if inflationary pressure continues, there will be limited room for RBI to cut interest rates to support growth. “On monetary policy, given the sharper-than-expected slowdown
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has said that the industrial and social sectors in Pakistan have improved, adding that its latest economic reform programme is on track too.
India’s growth rate is expected to shoot up from the estimate of 4.8 per cent for the current fiscal year by 1 per cent to 5.8 per cent in 2020-21. The International Monetary Fund’s Chief Economist Gita Gopinath