IMF’s First Deputy Managing Director, David Lipton, said governments and central banks might not be well equipped to cope.
The Managing Director of IMF, Christine Lagarde, gave the advice on Thursday at a news conference on some of the key issues affecting the global economies.
The IMF President, Christine Lagarde, made this known on Tuesday in a panel discussion on “Empowering Women in the Workplace” at the IMF/World Bank Annual Meetings in Bali, Indonesia.
The bureau’s “Nigerian Domestic and Foreign Debt’’ Q2 2018 report released in Abuja, said the country’s domestic debt stood at N3.48trillion.
The sober assessment comes as African countries continue to tap international debt markets and issue record levels of debt in foreign currencies, spurred on by insatiable investor demand for yields.
The duo replied the Emir of Kano, Alhaji Muhammadu Sanusi, and gave reasons for their absence at the summit
This development has drawn the ire of the Emir of Kano, Muhammadu Sanusi II, who lambasted the ministers for missing the meeting
The IMF Financial Counselor and Director of the Monetary and Capital Markets Department, Tobias Adrian, disclosed this during the Global Financial Stability report presentation at the ongoing IMF/World Bank Spring meetings in Washington.
According to its latest World Economic Outlook Report launched in Washington DC on Tuesday, the Fund projected that Nigeria will also grow by 1.9 per cent in 2019.
Muda Yusuf, Director-General, LCCI, said this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria on Tuesday in Lagos.
IMF said this in a report released on Wednesday in Washington DC by its Executive Board after the conclusion of Article IV Consultation with Nigeria.
Monique Newiak, IMF Economist, Western 1 Division, Africa Department, disclosed this on Tuesday in Abuja when she led a delegation of the IMF team to the Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige, in his office.
Nigeria’s position on renewable energy and regional integration was presented by the Minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun, during the G24 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors meeting in Washington DC, United States.
He identified the exchange rate as the nation’s problem as well as what should be done to make the economy thrive. Okunronmu said: “Nigeria is not really in crisis if the Federal Government can open its eyes and do the right thing by…
The IMF said it trimmed its outlook for global economic growth through 2017 due to economic uncertainty in the wake of last month's vote for Britain to leave the EU
The fund said on Tuesday in Johannesburg, South Africa during the presentation of its African Economic Outlook that this was as a result of a slump in commodity prices, the Ebola virus outbreak and drought