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The Stealth Erosion Of Dollar Dominance: Active Diversifiers And The Rise Of Nontraditional Reserve Currencies
1 year ago by [deleted] to /s/economics from imf.org
Chart of the Week: Where Are the World’s Fastest Roads? High-speed roads that can carry goods to customers in far-off markets raise productivity, reduce poverty and are an important contributor to sustainable and inclusive economic development.
1 year ago by Chipit to /s/images from blogs.imf.org
From the History Books: The Rethinking of the International Monetary System. The IMF Blog retells the story in their version.
2 years ago by Chipit to /s/finance from blogs.imf.org
The IMF's summer reading list
2 years ago by Chipit to /s/books from blogs.imf.org
IMF chomping at the bit to introduce negative interest rates. They'll take the money right out of your bank account if you don't spend it. "Negative rate policies remain politically controversial" is putting it mildly.
Legally Speaking, is Digital Money Really Money? The IMF blog reviews the central bank laws of 174 IMF members. Any money issuance is a form of debt for the central bank. But if issuing money is the most basic function for any central bank, why then is a digital form of money so different?
The IMF has developed a Central Bank Transparency Code to help member countries answer these demands and increase trust and support. It aims to facilitate more effective communication between central banks and their various stakeholders, reducing uncertainty and contributing to better policy choices
3 years ago by Chipit to /s/whatever from blogs.imf.org
IMF's official blog: "Migration to Advanced Economies Can Raise Growth". As if maximizing GDP growth at the expense of all other goals is the goal. "But the pandemic has led to an abrupt stop to migration." Now the real agenda is revealed.
3 years ago by Chipit to /s/OpinionPieces from blogs.imf.org
Blog of the International Monetary Fund: they would like very much to create negative interest rates so that they can steal the money right out of your bank account. But first they have to get rid of cash.
3 years ago by Chipit to /s/WorldNews from blogs.imf.org