on the United States:
July 6, 2015
July 22, 2014
July 24, 2013
July 30, 2012
July 21, 2011
Article IV Staff Reports
Financial Sector Assessment Program
Projected % Change
Source: World Economic Outlook (October 2015)
Please refer to more recent Press Release/Staff reports on this country for possible revisions.
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|United States and the IMF|
Updated November 20, 2015
|The last Article IV Executive Board Consultation was on July 06, 2015. Listed below are items related to the United States, in reverse chronological order (you can also view items by category).
|May 07, 2001 -- Promoting Stability and Prosperity in a Globalized World -- Remarks by Horst Köhler|
Delivered at the Council of Americas, Washington DC
|May 01, 2001 -- Financial Implications of the Shrinking Supply of U.S. Treasury Securities|
Author/Editor: Schinasi, Garry J. | Kramer, Charles Frederick | Smith, T. Todd
Series: Working Paper No. 01/61
|May 01, 2001 -- Economic Integration and the Exchange Rate Regime: Some Lessons from Canada|
Author/Editor: Arora, Vivek B. | Jeanne, Olivier
Series: Policy Discussion Paper No. 01/1
|April 29, 2001 -- Transcript of a Press Conference Following The International Monetary and Financial Committee Meeting Sunday, April 29, 2001|
There was a general recognition of our shared interests as a global community. We recognized that we should not retreat from cooperation but indeed should strengthen it, and we found a shared approach in the decisions and the recommendations we made.
|April 29, 2001 -- Transcript of a Press Conference After the Joint Meeting of The International Monetary and Financial Committee of the IMF and the Development Committee of the World Bank, April 29, 2001|
Ladies and gentlemen, we met for an hour and 45 minutes in a joint meeting of the IMFC and the Development Committee. Apart from Gordon Brown and myself, 22 speakers took part in the discussions. At the end, we adopted a communique that is available to you.
|April 28, 2001 -- Transcript -- Press Conference - African Prospects: Facing the Challenges, Finance Ministers from Tanzania, Sierra Leone, Gabon and Niger|
This press conference is part our continuing efforts to provide you with first-hand information from our African member countries.
|April 26, 2001 -- Transcript -- Press Conference on the World Economic Outlook|
In my remarks this morning, I will comment briefly on the global economic outlook and key policy issues for the main industrial countries, then turn to David Robinson and Tam Bayoumi for some brief remarks on the rest of the policy and analytical content of the present WEO.
|April 13, 2001 -- Transcript--Panel Discussion on Macroeconomic Policies and Poverty Reduction|
I think a question which many people have asked out loud, or thought quietly to themselves, is: Why is the IMF doing anything about poverty? Some here have stronger views on that than others, and I'm sure that as this discussion gets going, you will figure out which is which.
|April 05, 2001 -- Transcript -- Economic Forum - Governing Global Finance: The Role of Civil Society|
The panel that is here today will focus their presentations on the core questions of the project, namely, to assess the benefits and drawbacks of civil society engagement with global finance to date; and to suggest steps to maximize the benefits and minimize the shortcomings of civil society involvement in global finance.
|April 02, 2001 -- The Challenges of Globalization and the Role of the IMF -- Remarks by Horst Köhler|
Delivered at a Meeting with Members of the Deutsche Bundestag
|April 02, 2001 -- IMF Survey:|
IMF moves to streamline conditionality, seeks public comments; conference on standards and codes, portfolio investment survey seminars, implications of declining supply of U.S. treasury securities, and Bhagwati on globalization's benefits. PDF File Size: 647Kb
|March 19, 2001 -- IMF Survey:|
Köhler, Fischer on new capital markets department, Turkey; money laundering; Köhler on standards & codes; Mussa resigns; challenges in Kosovo; U.S. trade deficit; BIS Quarterly Review; and Albania's inflation performance. PDF File Size: 803Kb
|March 01, 2001 -- Briefing By IMF Managing Director Horst Köhler and First Deputy Managing Director Stanley Fischer On Establishing An International Capital Markets Department|
Early today I informed the Executive Board of my decision to establish a new department in the Fund, the International Capital Markets Department. Let me give a little background to this decision and briefly outline some of the benefits that I believe will follow.
|February 23, 2001 -- Financial Implications of the Shrinking Supply of U.S. Treasury Securities|
Author/Editor: Schinasi, Garry J. | Kramer, Charles Frederick | Smith, R. Todd
|January 12, 2001 -- Opening Remarks at Press Conference, Japan National Press Club -- by Horst Köhler|
Given at the Japan National Press Club
|January 06, 2001 -- Exchange Rate Regimes: Is the Bipolar View Correct? -- Address by Stanley Fischer|
Prepared for delivery as the Distinguished Lecture on Economics in Government, jointly sponsored by the American Economic Association and the Society of Government Economists, at the meetings of the American Economic Association, New Orleans
|January 03, 2001 -- News Brief: IMF Managing Director Horst Köhler Welcomes U.S. Interest Rate Cut|
|January 01, 2001 -- Monetary Independence in Emerging Markets: Does the Exchange Rate Regime Make a Difference?|
Author/Editor: Borensztein, Eduardo | Zettelmeyer, Jeromin | Philippon, Thomas
Series: Working Paper No. 01/1
|January 01, 2001 -- Time-to-Build and Convex Adjustment Costs|
Author/Editor: Koeva Brooks, Petya
Series: Working Paper No. 01/9
|December 12, 2000 -- Transcript of Economic Forum: The Information Economy: New Paradigm or Old Fashion? December 12, 2000|
Recent experience in the U.S. with high growth, low unemployment, and low inflation has led a number of observers to conclude that maybe there's a new economy or a new economic paradigm in the United States.