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IMF Staff Concludes Visit to West Bank and Gaza

August 29, 2022
IMF Staff Concludes Visit to West Bank and Gaza  click for more

IMF Executive Board Approves Two-Year US$18.5 Billion Flexible Credit Line for Chile

August 29, 2022
IMF Executive Board Approves Two-Year US$18.5 Billion Flexible Credit Line for Chile  click for more

IMF Executive Board Completes the Combined Seventh, and Eighth Reviews of the Extended Fund Facility for Pakistan

August 29, 2022
IMF Executive Board Completes the Combined Seventh, and Eighth Reviews of the Extended Fund Facility for Pakistan  click for more

Revenue Administration: Compliance Risk Management: Overarching Framework to Drive Revenue Performance

August 26, 2022
Technical Notes and Manuals No. 2022/005  click for more

India’s State-Owned Enterprises

August 26, 2022
Working Paper No. 2022/164  click for more

How Will the Pandemic and War Shape Future Monetary Policy?

August 26, 2022
After more than three decades of Great Moderation which saw inflation trending down in both advanced economies (AEs) and emerging markets (EMs), inflation has surged over the last year almost everywhere (Figure 1). The recent period is also unique because of the two tail-risk events that have played out: a global pandemic and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. It is therefore natural to ask what lessons, if any, this period offers for the conduct of monetary policy in the future. I will cap the horizon at 5 years as that seems a reasonable horizon over which to speculate about the future.  click for more

IMF Executive Board Concludes 2022 Article IV Consultation with Tonga

August 26, 2022
IMF Executive Board Concludes 2022 Article IV Consultation with Tonga  click for more

How Will the Pandemic and War Shape Future Monetary Policy?

August 26, 2022
After more than three decades of Great Moderation which saw inflation trending down in both advanced economies (AEs) and emerging markets (EMs), inflation has surged over the last year almost everywhere (Figure 1). The recent period is also unique because of the two tail-risk events that have played out: a global pandemic and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. It is therefore natural to ask what lessons, if any, this period offers for the conduct of monetary policy in the future. I will cap the horizon at 5 years as that seems a reasonable horizon over which to speculate about the future.  click for more

Tonga: 2022 Article IV Consultation-Press Release; Staff Report; and Statement by the Executive Director for Tonga

August 26, 2022
Country Report No. 2022/282  click for more

IMF Executive Board Concludes 2022 Article IV Consultation with Tonga

August 26, 2022
IMF Executive Board Concludes 2022 Article IV Consultation with Tonga  click for more

West African Economic and Monetary Union: Financial Sector Assessment Program-Technical Note-Stress Tests, Credit Concentration, and Interest Rate Risks

August 25, 2022
Country Report No. 2022/279  click for more

West African Economic and Monetary Union: Financial Sector Assessment Program-Technical Note on Analysis of Systemic Liquidity

August 25, 2022
Country Report No. 2022/280  click for more

West African Economic and Monetary Union: Financial Sector Assessment Program-Technical Note on Financial Safety Net and Crisis Preparedness

August 25, 2022
Country Report No. 2022/281  click for more

Blog: New Economics Books Tackle China, Wheat, Equality, and the Dollar

August 25, 2022

IMF Executive Board Completes Fourth Review under the Extended Credit Facility Arrangement and Concludes the 2022 Article IV Consultation for Liberia

August 24, 2022
IMF Executive Board Completes Fourth Review under the Extended Credit Facility Arrangement and Concludes the 2022 Article IV Consultation for Liberia  click for more

The United Kingdom Adheres to the IMF’s Special Data Dissemination Standard Plus

August 24, 2022
The United Kingdom Adheres to the IMF’s Special Data Dissemination Standard Plus  click for more

Singapore’s Economy Rebounded on Decisive Policy Action, But Challenges Lie Ahead

August 24, 2022
Risks include further supply-chain disruptions, higher commodity prices, and weaker trade.  click for more

Republic of Latvia: 2022 Article IV Consultation-Press Release and Staff Report

August 23, 2022
Country Report No. 2022/277  click for more

Republic of Latvia: Selected Issues

August 23, 2022
Country Report No. 2022/278  click for more

IMF Executive Board Concludes 2022 Article IV Consultation with the Republic of Latvia

August 23, 2022
IMF Executive Board Concludes 2022 Article IV Consultation with the Republic of Latvia  click for more

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