IMF sounds alarm on emerging markets debt as global economy weakens.
BOE Monetary Policy Committee voted eight to one for the move.
International Monetary Fund warns emerging market companies have over-borrowed by nearly £2 trillion.
Bank of Japan holds monetary policy steady despite sluggish growth and deflation pressures.
Global growth likely to remain tepid in 2016 amid uncertain economic climate, Lagarde says.
Corporate debt of emerging economies in 2014 was more than four times that in 2004.
Syriza won an impressive 35.5% of the votes cast, which means it will hold 145 seats in parliament.
Finance minister pledges to cut 'unnecessary expenses' and issue more bonds to control budget deficit.
Lagarde said dependence on Asia and new and innovative products can create risks.
Ireland's Right2Water campaign says new water charges are 'tip of the austerity iceberg'.
Special drawing rights account for less than 3% of central bank reserve assets, economists say.
€13bn was paid to Greece so it could make the ECB deadline and €10bn to stabilise the banking sector.
Move comes as IMF awaits further reforms to China's currency policies.
Opposition mainly came from conservative party members as even Wolfgang Schauble urged MPs to vote yes.
The deal entails a €1.23bn payment from Fraport for the entire period of 50 years and a rent
The falling price of oil is piling pressure on the Saudi economy.
IMF praises China's recent steps allowing market forces to have greater role in determining exchange rate.
Former finance chief claims top officials involved in bailout negotiations feel the same way.
For second day in a row yuan depreciates further causing anxiety in the market.
Plan faces dissent from Finnish government that is 'out of patience' over extent of refinancing deal
This will allow Greece to settle a €3.5bn debt payment to the European Central Bank.
The prime minister has called for an extraordinary party congress in September to discuss Syriza's future.
Bank was officially launched at last BRICS summit in Russian city of Ufa earlier in July.
The CEO of WorldRemit explained how defaulting on the IMF was a blessing in disguise for Zimbabwe.
Germany will grow 1.6% this year and 1.7% in 2016.
The European Commission proposed to give Greece a €7bn bridge loan to cover the country's financing needs.
In likely fresh standoff with Germany, IMF calls for more relief to Athens.
'Markets breathed an audible sigh of relief after Eurozone leaders emerged from marathon talks,' says analyst.
Open Europe tells IBTimes UK that Tsipras will have to form a 'national unity coalition'.
A deal has finally been struck but this is far from the end of the saga.