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  • TABLE-IMF forecasts for GDP in 2015, 2016 Monday, 19 Jan 2015 | 10:00 PM ET

    BEIJING, Jan 20- The International Monetary Fund on Tuesday issued the following economic growth forecasts as part its World Economic Outlook. Forecasts are annual inflation-adjusted percentage changes. Note: Columns with differences from July's WEO update may not match October forecasts due to rounding.

  • IMF RAISES 2015 GROWTH FORECAST FOR ADVANCED ECONOMIES TO 2.4 PCT, FROM 2.3 PCT IN OCTOBER, 2016 UNCHANGED AT 2.4 PCT.

  • IMF CUTS CHINA 2015 GROWTH FORECAST TO 6.8 PCT FROM 7.1 PCT, PREDICTS BEIJING TO LIMIT POLICY STIMULUS TO CURB CREDIT, INVESTMENT RISKS.

  • IMF CUTS 2015 GLOBAL GROWTH FORECAST TO 3.5 PCT VS 3.8 PCT IN OCT.

  • GROWTH FORECAST TO 3.6 PCT VS 3.1 PCT IN OCT, ONLY MAJOR ECONOMY TO SEE UPWARD REVISION.

  • IMF TELLS ADVANCED ECONOMIES TO KEEP MONETARY POLICY ACCOMODATIVE TO FIGHT DEFLATION RISK, NOT RAISE REAL INTEREST RATES, USE OTHER MEANS IF POLICY RATES CANNOT BE REDUCED FURTHER.

  • IMF LOWERS GLOBAL GROWTH FORECAST TO 3.7 PCT FOR 2016, FROM 4 PERCENT IN OCTOBER.

  • With elections just six days away, leftist Syriza leads the opinion polls and is intent on cancelling the austerity terms of a bailout from Europe and the International Monetary Fund and also wants a big debt write off. That has prompted a succession of German politicians and economists to proclaim that Greece risks being cut loose from the euro, although...

  • DUBLIN, Jan 19- The European Central Bank should make sure any quantitative easing program it embarks on shares as much risk it can amongst its members, the head of the International Monetary Fund said on Monday. Markets expect the ECB to announce on Thursday that it will start printing money to buy government bonds in euro zone countries to prevent deflation.

  • NAIROBI, Jan 19- Kenya has asked the International Monetary Fund for a precautionary loan of about $750 million to help it deal with any future shocks to the economy, the IMF's resident representative said on Monday. Armando Morales told Reuters the request was contained in a letter from the Kenyan government received by the IMF last Friday.

  • NAIROBI, Jan 19- Kenya has asked the International Monetary Fund for a precautionary loan of about $750 million to help it deal with any future shocks to the economy, the IMF's resident representative said on Monday. Armando Morales told Reuters the request was contained in a letter from the Kenyan government received by the IMF last Friday.

  • DIARY- Top Economic Events to Jan 30 Friday, 16 Jan 2015 | 7:00 PM ET

    ATLANTA, United States- Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta President Dennis Lockhart gives welcome remarks and speaks on " Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta's CED Programs and Financial Literacy Programs" before the HOPE Global Forum- 1350 GMT. DUBLIN- The Central Bank of Ireland, Center for Economic Policy Research and International Monetary Fund are organizing a...

  • WASHINGTON, Jan 15- A sharp drop in oil prices and a stronger U.S. economy will probably not be enough to brighten the outlook for global economic growth this year, the head of the International Monetary Fund said on Thursday. IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde said while cheaper oil would help consumers in much of the world, the United States would likely be...

  • WASHINGTON, Jan 15- A sharp drop in oil prices and a stronger U.S. economy probably won't be enough to brighten the prospects for global economic growth this year, the head of the International Monetary Fund said on Thursday. IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde said cheaper oil would help consumption across much of the world, but that the United States would...

  • *World Bank lowers global growth forecasts for 2015, 2016. Late on Tuesday, the World Bank lowered its 2015 and 2016 world economic growth forecasts, reinforcing worries about sluggish demand growth in the oversupplied energy markets. Brent fell 24 cents to $46.38 a barrel by 1:24 p.m. EST, after reaching a high of $47.14.

  • *World Bank cuts global growth forecasts. NEW YORK, Jan 14- U.S. stocks fell on Wednesday, on track for a fourth day of losses, as a World Bank forecast sparked concerns about weak economies and December U.S. retail sales missed expectations. Copper touched its lowest since July 2009 and was last down 6.2 percent at $5,497 a tonne after the World Bank cut its growth...

  • *World Bank lowers global growth forecasts for 2015, 2016. LONDON, Jan 14- Oil prices recouped some early losses on Wednesday but remained under pressure after the World Bank cut its global economic growth forecast, doing little to end a rout that saw prices touch their lowest in nearly six years in the previous session. February Brent crude gained 20 cents to...

  • *Copper hit by concerns over economic growth. LONDON, Jan 14- Copper and other base metals were hit by heavy selling on Wednesday and the oil price slump continued after the World Bank lowered its global growth forecast due to disappointing economic prospects in Europe and Asia. It cited disappointing economic prospects in the euro zone, Asia and some major...

  • *Copper hit by concerns over economic growth. LONDON, Jan 14- Copper and other base metals were hit by heavy selling on Wednesday and the oil price slump continued after the World Bank lowered its global growth forecast due to disappointing economic prospects in Europe and Asia. It cited disappointing economic prospects in the euro zone, Asia and some major...

  • GLOBAL MARKETS-Markets slump on gloomy growth outlook Wednesday, 14 Jan 2015 | 8:34 AM ET

    *World Bank cuts growth forecasts, deflation fears grow. LONDON, Jan 14- Financial and commodities markets slumped on Wednesday after the World Bank cut its growth forecasts for 2015 and 2016, fueling fears that the benefits of cheaper oil may be offset by anemic economies and the threat of deflation. Market nerves were soothed somewhat after a top adviser to the...