IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde said Wednesday advanced economies could be about 5 percent higher today, if productivity had maintained its pre-2008 crisis trend.
European markets close mixed on geopolitical tensions; Dialog Semiconductor down 14%
Ukraine's central bank Governor Valeria Gontareva tendered her resignation on Monday following a hate campaign and even death threats at a time when the country is enduring a deep recession.
The meeting of the 20 most powerful economies' finance ministers in Germany this week is likely to be dominated by talk about whether to commit to free trade.
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble denied that he had said Greece would have to leave the euro zone.
IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde gives her views on the U.S.' economic growth story while commenting on the oil market.
Lagarde used the example of Matteo Renzi's election in Italy in 2014 to show that populist politicians might not be as bad as people fear.
IMF head Lagarde said she is keeping an eye on President Trump's attempt to roll back the law put in place after the financial crisis.
The International Monetary Fund said that Greece would only grow by just under 1.0 percent in the long run.
The elite gather in Switzerland to grapple with the world’s great challenges, but their relevance is in question in a time of Brexit and Trump.
Judge rules IMF chief Lagarde was negligent by not seeking to overturn arbitration ruling.
CNBC's Sara Eisen discusses the charges against Christine Lagarde in regard to misusing public funds.
A French court has ruled IMF managing director Christine Lagarde guilty in a negligence case.
PARIS— Christine Lagarde is taking time off her day job solving the world's financial crises to face trial Monday, accused of negligence after the French state handed $425 million to a tycoon close to the president in 2008.. The Washington- based institution's credibility was already shaken when her predecessor, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, also a French citizen,...
Deutsche Bank pays more to borrow from other banks than its peers including stragglers in Greece and Italy, Euribor data showed.
CNBC's Sara Eisen speaks with IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde about whether the Federal Reserve should raise interest rates.
CNBC's Sara Eisen speaks with IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde about the effects of Brexit and whether anti-EU sentiment could spread.
CNBC's Sara Eisen speaks with International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde about the IMF outlook for global growth and the U.S. economy.
Delegations from four cities are quietly competing in Rio, lobbying to host the 2024 Summer Games — a privilege that could cost them dearly.
The IMF missed signs of a banking calamity, lacked independence and failed to hold countries to account, the organization's internal watchdog has said.