|The last Article IV Executive Board Consultation was on July 08, 2016. Listed below are items related to the United States, in reverse chronological order (you can also view items by category).
|August 27, 2011 -- "Global Risks Are Rising, But There Is a Path to Recovery": Remarks at Jackson Hole, By Christine Lagarde, Managing Director, International Monetary Fund|
|August 02, 2011 -- Press Release: IMF Statement on U.S. Agreement to Raise Debt Ceiling|
|August 01, 2011 -- Unforeseen Events Wait Lurking : Estimating Policy Spillovers From U.S. to Foreign Asset Prices|
Author/Editor: Tamim Bayoumi | Trung Bui
Series: Working Paper No. 11/183
|August 01, 2011 -- Institutional Cash Pools and the Triffin Dilemma of the U.S. Banking System|
Author/Editor: Zoltan Pozsar
Series: Working Paper No. 11/190
|August 01, 2011 -- Home Sweet Home : Government's Role in Reaching the American Dream|
Author/Editor: Evridiki Tsounta
Series: Working Paper No. 11/191
|August 01, 2011 -- Shocks, Financial Dependence, and Efficiency : Evidence From U.S. and Canadian Industries|
Author/Editor: Marcello M. Estevão | Tiago Severo
Series: Working Paper No. 11/199
|July 26, 2011 -- “Challenges and Opportunities for the World Economy and the IMF”, Christine Lagarde, Managing Director, International Monetary Fund|
|July 26, 2011 -- IMF Survey: Three Ways to Unlock Strong, Stable, Balanced Growth|
Three major challenges—sovereign debt, growth, and social instability—currently confront the world economy, IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde tells a New York City audience. These challenges are intimately intertwined, and only by solving all three can the world unlock strong, stable, and balanced global growth.
|July 25, 2011 -- Public Information Notice: IMF Executive Board Concludes 2011 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.
|July 25, 2011 -- Transcript of a Conference Call on the 2011 United States Article IV Consultation|
|July 25, 2011 -- United States: Staff Report for the 2011 Article IV Consultation|
Series: Country Report No. 11/201
|July 25, 2011 -- United States : Selected Issues|
Series: Country Report No. 11/202
|July 25, 2011 -- The United States : Spillover Report: 2011 Article IV Consultation|
Series: Country Report No. 11/203
|July 22, 2011 -- IMF Survey: Central America Grapples with Policy Responses to Global Risks|
Economic growth in Central America—home to approximately 40 million people—is expected to be about 4 percent in 2011, but rising energy prices and the tepid recovery in the United States are creating a challenging environment for the region’s policymakers.
|July 19, 2011 -- Transcript of a Teleconference Call on the International Monetary Fund’s 2011 Article IV Consultation with Japan|
|July 11, 2011 -- Consolidated Spillover Report - Implications from the Analysis of the Systemic-5|
Subject: Spillovers | United States | China | United Kingdom | Japan | Europe | Euro Area | Economic growth | Fiscal policy | Monetary policy | External sector | Cross country analysis
|July 01, 2011 -- Is there a Role for Funding in Explaining Recent U.S. Banks' Failures?|
Author/Editor: Pierluigi Bologna
Series: Working Paper No. 11/180
|June 29, 2011 -- Concluding Statement of the 2011 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.
|June 29, 2011 -- Transcript of a Press Briefing on the International Monetary Fund’s 2011 U.S. Article IV Concluding Mission Statement|
|June 29, 2011 -- IMF Survey: Tepid U.S. Recovery Poses Challenge for Policy Balance|
The U.S. economy continues to recover at a modest pace, but has hit a soft patch. Concerns about risks, including the lack of a credible deficit reduction plan, persist, the IMF said after wrapping up its annual review of the world’s largest economy.