on the United States:
July 30, 2012
July 21, 2011
July 26, 2010
July 24, 2009
July 23, 2008
Article IV Staff Reports
Financial Sector Assessment Program
Projected % Change
Source: World Economic Outlook (April 2013)
Please refer to more recent PIN/Staff reports on this country for possible revisions.
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|United States and the IMF|
Updated May 16, 2013
|The last Article IV Executive Board Consultation was on July 30, 2012. Listed below are items related to the United States, in reverse chronological order (you can also view items by category).
|April 13, 2000 -- Transcript of an IMF Press Conference on Exchange Rate Regimes in an Increasingly Integrated World Economy|
The background to this study is the renewed interest in the issue of appropriated exchange rate arrangements, prompted by the currency and payments crises of the 1990s; the general increase in capital mobility and the boom-bust character that we sometimes see involving capital flows to developing countries.
|April 12, 2000 -- Transcript of a Press Conference on the April 2000 World Economic Outlook|
This is the first press briefing of the 2000 Spring Meetings, which is the press briefing on the April 2000 Report on the World Economic Outlook.
|April 04, 2000 -- Transcript of a Press Conference by Mr. Stanley Fischer, IMF Acting Managing Director|
I wanted to talk about the agenda for what will be the first meeting of the International Monetary and Financial Committee, which we are going to call the IMFC, which takes place here on Sunday, April the 16th.
|April 03, 2000 -- Transcript of a Press Briefing by Jacques Artus, IMF European I Department Deputy Director|
What you have in front of you is composed of three separate documents. You have our own report, which is a report of the missions, staff missions which went to Europe, to Brussels and to Frankfurt, in December of 1999.
|March 17, 2000 -- Transcript Press Conference By Mr. Horst Köhler President, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and Nominee for the Post of Managing Director, IMF|
I have come to Washington to introduce myself to the Executive Directors of the IMF. Yesterday, I also met with Stanley Fischer, the Acting Managing Director and I had a talk with the Secretary of the Treasury, Larry Summers.
|March 01, 2000 -- Finance & Development, March 2000 - Is the U.S. Current Account Deficit Sustainable?|
By Catherine L. Mann: The U.S. current account deficit, driven by the United States' widening trade deficit, is the largest it has ever been, both as a share of the U.S. economy and in dollar terms. How much longer can the United States continue to spend more than it earns and support the resumption of global growth?
|February 10, 2000 -- Remarks by Stanley Fischer at the Farewell Reception in Honor of the Managing Director|
|February 08, 2000 -- Challenges and Opportunities: The IMF and the Caribbean -- Address by Shigemitsu Sugisaki|
Given at the High Level Seminar on the Caribbean, St. Peter, Barbados
|January 12, 2000 -- Transcript of a press briefing by videoteleconference by Michel Camdessus, Managing Director, IMF, in advance of the Conference of African Heads of State, in Libreville, Gabon|
We have been in a dialogue with your countries throughout these past years, and particularly last year, and you have told us in very clear words that this fight against poverty, this fight for reducing debt is a decisive obstacle to development.
|January 06, 2000 -- Transcript of a Press Briefing by Stanley Fischer, First Deputy Managing Director and Thomas Dawson, Director, External Relations Department|
Thanks for coming to this first regular press briefing of the new millennium. We're in a situation where prospects for most of the emerging market countries look good. The Asian recovery now looks spectacular in most countries, especially, of course, Korea. But even in Indonesia, where it took longest to achieve macroeconomic stabilization, the outlook is much brighter.
|November 01, 1999 -- Why Has Inflation in the United States Remained So Low? Reassessing the Importance of Labor Costs and the Price of Imports|
Author/Editor: Chan-Lau, Jorge A. | Tokarick, Stephen
Series: Working Paper No. 99/149
|November 01, 1999 -- Bank Rating Changes and Bank Stock Returns - Puzzling Evidence from the Emerging Markets|
Author/Editor: Richards, Anthony J. | Deddouche, David
Series: Working Paper No. 99/151
|November 01, 1999 -- Linkages Among Asset Markets in the United States - Tests in a Bivariate GARCH Framework|
Author/Editor: Darbar, Salim M. | Deb, Parha
Series: Working Paper No. 99/158
|October 18, 1999 -- The Road to a Sustainable Recovery in Asia -- Address by Stanley Fischer|
Remarks prepared for delivery at a meeting of the World Economic Forum in Singapore, October 18 1999
|October 01, 1999 -- Country Risks and the Investment Activity of U.S. Multinationals in Developing Countries|
Author/Editor: Lehmann, Alexander
Series: Working Paper No. 99/133
|September 29, 1999 -- Remarks by the Hon. William J. Clinton, President of the United States, at the Annual Meetings of the Boards of Governors of the World Bank Group and the International Monetary Fund|
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|September 29, 1999 -- Transcript of Seminar and Panel Discussion on "A Role for Labor Standards in the New International Economy?"|
I would like to start, since we have a full agenda on the question of a role for labor standards in the new international economy. We are very glad to be cooperating with the AFL-CIO, with David Smith and his colleagues, and the World Bank, in organizing this program.
|September 27, 1999 -- Transcript of a Press Briefing on IMF Financing of Debt Relief|
This briefing is to get into some of the technical aspects of IMF financing of debt relief.
|September 22, 1999 -- Transcript of a Press Conference on the October 1999 World Economic Outlook|
Welcome to the press briefing on the 1999 World Economic Outlook.
|September 17, 1999 -- Transcript of an IMF Economic Forum -- The US Economy: Where Will it Go From Here|
This International Monetary Fund forum discusses what is going on in the U.S. economy.