Tuesday, 22 October , 2019

Lagarde

Lagarde: Greece’s primary surplus at 3.5% is excessive, should be reviewed

September 4, 2019 The future President of the European Central Bank, Christine Lagarde, suggested that the Greece’s commitment to a 3.5% of GDP primary...

Is the Fed Preparing to Topple the US Dollar?

By F. William Engdahl September 02, 2019 Unusual remarks and actions by the outgoing head of the Bank of England and other central banking insiders strongly...

Christine Lagarde, the Monster: Go on. Destroy more Greeks!

First post-bailout IMF report on Greece: Economy improving; less taxes, key reforms needed 12 March 2019 The IMF repeated its "less taxes, more reforms" mantra for...

Christine Lagarde urges world to ‘de-escalate’ trade disputes

IMF chief issues stark warning of risks to the global economy October 1, 2018 Please use the sharing tools found via the share button at the...

Argentina’s Economy Contracts by 5.8% Amid Austerity

25 July 2018 The decrease in economic activity in Argentina is recorded as the country applies IMF-sponsored austerity policies. Argentina’s Statistics and Census agency, the Indec,...

Christine Lagarde: A Monster on the top of the IMF

IMF: Greece is high-risk state, should pay double contributions to EU Fund March 26, 2018 “As a high-risk state, Greece should even pay more than twice...

Comment l’ Allemagne, la France, l’ UE et le FMI ont...

Grèce : les « erreurs » du FMI par Michel Husson 2 septembre 2016 Le FMI |1| vient de publier un rapport d’évaluation de sa politique dans trois pays dont la...

The European Left and the Greek Tragedy

by Dimitris Konstantakopoulos (*)   The day Greek workers and employees went on general strike, protesting against a new barrage of so-called “reforms” imposed by the...

Why Berlin Is Leading a Free Trade, Anti-Trump Coalition

Chancellor Angela Merkel and the heads of the IMF, WTO and the World Bank have created a united front in defense of free trade....

Greek debt crisis: an existentialist drama with no good end in...

By Larry Elliott Original post date: 5 February 2017 Put three people in a room who can’t get on with each other. Condemn them to stay...