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|United States and the IMF|
Updated September 18, 2014
|The last Article IV Executive Board Consultation was on July 24, 2013. Listed below are items related to the United States, in reverse chronological order (you can also view items by category).
|September 17, 2012 -- IMF Survey: Global House Prices Still Showing Down Trend|
U.S. house prices have started to pick up but globally prices are still on a down trend, according to IMF research. Price trends vary widely between countries, with Ireland, Greece, Portugal, and Spain seeing the biggest falls in the past year and Brazil and Germany, substantial increases.
|September 01, 2012 -- Dissecting Saving Dynamics: Measuring Wealth, Precautionary, and Credit Effects|
Author/Editor: Carroll, Christopher | Slacalek, Jiri | Sommer, Martin
Series: Working Paper No. 12/219
|August 02, 2012 -- Public Information Notice: IMF Executive Board Concludes 2012 Article IV Consultation with the United States|
Each Public Information Notice contains a background section, a table of selected economic indicators, and an Executive Board assessment.
|August 02, 2012 -- Transcript of Conference Call on 2012 Spillover Report|
|August 02, 2012 -- United States: Staff Report for the 2012 Article IV Consultation|
Series: Country Report No. 12/213
|August 02, 2012 -- United States: Selected Issues|
Series: Country Report No. 12/214
|August 02, 2012 -- IMF Survey: United States: IMF Sees Tepid Recovery from Crisis|
The U.S. recovery continues to be tepid. At the same time, risks have intensified, including from the worsening of the euro area crisis as well as the uncertainty over domestic fiscal plans, says the IMF in its latest assessment of the world’s largest economy.
|August 01, 2012 -- Innocent Bystanders? Monetary Policy and Inequality in the U.S.|
Author/Editor: Coibion, Olivier | Gorodnichenko, Yuriy | Kueng, Lorenz | Silvia, John
Series: Working Paper No. 12/199
|August 01, 2012 -- Household Production, Services and Monetary Policy|
Author/Editor: Lonkeng Ngouana, Constant
Series: Working Paper No. 12/206
|August 01, 2012 -- The Cyclicality of Sales, Regular and Effective Prices: Business Cycle and Policy Implications|
Author/Editor: Coibion, Olivier | Gorodnichenko, Yuriy | Hong, Gee Hee
Series: Working Paper No. 12/207
|August 01, 2012 -- Measuring Systemic Risk-Adjusted Liquidity (SRL) - A Model Approach|
Author/Editor: Jobst, Andreas
Series: Working Paper No. 12/209
|July 16, 2012 -- Transcript of a Press Conference on Updates of the International Monetary Fund’s World Economic Outlook, Global Financial Stability Report and Fiscal Monetary|
|July 16, 2012 -- Financial Market Update: |
Risks to financial stability have increased since the April 2012 Global Financial Stability Report (GFSR). Sovereign yields in southern Europe have risen sharply amid further erosion of the investor base. Elevated funding and market pressures pose risks of further cuts in peripheral euro area credit. The measures agreed at the recent European Union (EU) leaders’ summit provide significant steps to address the immediate crisis. Aside from supportive monetary and liquidity policies, the timely implementation of the recently agreed measures, together with further progress on banking and fiscal unions, must be a priority. Uncertainties about the asset quality of banks’ balance sheets must be resolved quickly, with capital injections and restructurings where needed. Growth prospects in other advanced countries and emerging markets have also weakened, leaving them less able to deal with spillovers from the euro area crisis or to address their own home-grown fiscal and financial vulnerabilities. Uncertainties on the fiscal outlook and federal debt ceiling in the United States present a latent risk to financial stability. Text also available in: عربي; 中文; Español; Français; 日本語; Русский.
|July 16, 2012 -- IMF Survey: Weak Global Recovery Depends on Progress in Europe and United States|
An already sluggish global recovery shows signs of further weakness, mainly because of continuing financial problems in Europe and slower-than-expected growth in emerging economies, the IMF said in a regular update to the World Economic Outlook.
|July 10, 2012 -- 2012 Spillover Report - Background Papers|
Subject: Spillovers | Europe | United States | China | Japan | United Kingdom | Euro Area | External shocks | Capital markets | Asset prices | Business cycles | Financial risk | Background papers
|July 09, 2012 -- 2012 Spillover Report|
Subject: Spillovers | Europe | United States | China | Japan | United Kingdom | Euro Area | External shocks | Financial risk
|July 06, 2012 -- Partnership & Recovery - The Shared Path to Global Stability & Growth, Nikkei Symposium Keynote Speech by By Christine Lagarde, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund|
|July 03, 2012 -- Concluding Statement of the 2012 Article IV Mission to The United States of America|
Describes the preliminary findings of IMF staff at the conclusion of certain missions (official staff visits, in most cases to member countries). Missions are undertaken as part of regular (usually annual) consultations under Article IV of the IMF's Articles of Agreement, in the context of a request to use IMF resources (borrow from the IMF), as part of discussions of staff monitored programs, and as part of other staff reviews of economic developments.
|July 03, 2012 -- Transcript of a Press Conference on the Concluding Statement of the United States IV Consultation|
|July 03, 2012 -- IMF Survey: Modest U.S. Recovery, But Europe a Key Risk|
The U.S economy continues to recover at a tepid pace, while concerns about the euro area debt crisis and uncertainty over domestic fiscal plans are creating a challenging environment for the world’s largest economy, the IMF said after wrapping up its annual review of the U.S. economy.