IMF, WTO, OECD leaders speak about trade concerns in China; Lagarde, Azevedo urge businesses to speak out
IMF this week said uncertainty over Britain's future trade relationship with Europe will stall investment and sap consumer confidence
China "will maintain a basically stable exchange rate at a balanced level and we will not engage in a trade or currency...
1MDB is being investigated for money-laundering in several countries.
Singapore faces pressure to show that banks in the city-state are complying with increasingly tough anti-money laundering rules...
Critics argue that what is needed they say is additional government spending instead of more loose monetary policy.
Benchmark share index is near the highest in eight years
46.7 million people, or 15 pct of Americans now live below the poverty line
Sri Lanka's foreign exchange reserves have fallen by a third from their peak in late 2014 to $6.2 billion...
IMF urges 'prompt action' to address corporate weakness
“The risk is that from being slightly vulnerable, Vietnam could become very vulnerable to external shocks,” she said
Policymakers the world over are struggling to revive their economies, which have been buffeted by slowing productivity and high debt.
The move will aid China's effort to secure a bigger role for its currency
The World Bank said it shared the IMF's concerns about Ukraine's slow progress in improving governance and fighting...
"Everyone has cause to be happy with Lagarde. We don't feel any counter wind."