IMF Sets Debt Relief as a Condition for Greek Bailout
The fund has been pushing for a restructuring as a condition of giving its support to Greece's latest bailout package.
IMF Changes Rules to Avoid Large Bailout Loans
The fund now has the option of short-term debt 're-profiling' for countries whose bailout needs exceed normal IMF borrowing levels.
Hoarders Once Again
Many companies are back to the habit of holding on tightly to their cash reserves. Is a softening in business confidence to blame?
Greece, Creditors Reach Conditional Deal
"Clearly, the Europe of austerity has won," said Greece's reform minister.
IMF Trims 2015 World Growth Forecast
The IMF forecasts lower annual global growth in 2015 largely due to the impact of weaker first-quarter growth in advanced economies.
EU To Hold Emergency Summit About Greece
While the Greek finance minister says he has made a credible offer to creditors, 19 EU leaders will meet for discussions at "the highest political levels."
Greek Debt Default Looking More Likely
Weekend talks break down after after Greece claims creditors’ representatives had no authority to negotiate a deal.
EU Officials Mulling Possible Greek Debt Default
Discussions between EU and Greece bring up possibility of default at end of this month.
Greece Buys Time to Make $216M Debt Payment
Greece has until June 30 to pay the International Monetary Fund a total of 1.5 billion euros.
IMF Economists Say ‘Just Live With’ Debt
While some countries face 'debt sustainability constraints' that leave them no choice but to pay down debt, others can fund themselves at very low rates.
Greece Finds Money to Meet Debt Deadline
The IMF's Christine LaGarde welcomes confirmation that a $505 million payment would beat Greece's debt deadline.