Executive Board
Calendar
Board Discussions
on Mali:

Previous:
December 18, 2013
June 10, 2013
April 29, 2013
January 28, 2013
December 12, 2011

Article IV Staff Reports



Projected % Change
   2014  2015
Real GDP 5.9 4.8
Consumer Prices 1.5 2.6
Source: World Economic Outlook (October 2014)
Please refer to more recent PIN/Staff reports on this country for possible revisions.

Mali: Financial Position in the Fund

Transactions with the Fund


Africa Training Institute

IMF Resident Representative
Office in Mali

You may contact us about Mali and the IMF at Contact Us


Free Email Notification

Receive emails when we post new items of interest to you.

Subscribe or Modify your profile


Mali and the IMF
Updated October 11, 2014

Show all items sorted by date  Show all items sorted by type 
Financial Market Update
January 26, 2010 -- Financial Market Update:
Systemic risks have continued to subside as economic fundamentals have improved and substantial public support remains in place. Despite improvements, financial stability remains fragile in many advanced countries and some hard-hit emerging market countries. A top priority is to improve the health of these banking systems so as to ensure the credit channel is normalized. The transfer of financial risks to sovereign balance sheets and the higher public debt levels also add to financial stability risks and complicate the exit process. Capital inflows into some emerging market countries are beginning to raise concerns about asset price and exchange rate pressures. Policymakers in these countries may need to exit earlier from their supportive policies to contain financial stability risks. For all countries, the goal is to exit from the extraordinary public interventions to a global financial system that is safer, but retains the dynamism needed to support sustainable growth.
Text also available in: عربي; 中文; Español; Français; 日本語; Русский; and Tiếng Việt.
July 08, 2009 -- Financial Market Update:
Financial conditions have improved, as unprecedented policy intervention has reduced the risk of systemic collapse and expectations of economic recovery have risen. Nonetheless, vulnerabilities remain and complacency must be avoided. The financial sector continues to be dependent on significant public support, resulting in an unparalleled transfer of risk from the private to the public sector. At the same time, however, work will need to begin on exit strategies from the various financial, monetary, and fiscal support policies in order to address market uncertainty. Medium-term policies need to ensure that steps taken to normalize policies and markets are consistent with establishing a lasting framework of sound financial regulation, sustainable fiscal balances, and the maintenance of price stability.
Text also available in: عربي; 中文; Español; Français; 日本語; русский.