Angela Merkel ruled out cancelling any of Greece's debt but still wants the country to remain in the Eurozone.
Clearance revenue withheld by Israel represents about two-thirds of net revenues of Palestine.
Alexis Tsipras, leader of Syriza and Greek prime minister, called Troika 'dead'.
There is little support in the euro zone for any write-off of Greece's debts, Jeroen Dijsselbloem, the chairman of the Eurogroup of euro zone finance ministers, said on Monday (January 26).
IMF estimates that oil and gas export losses in Gulf Cooperation Council will amount to around $300bn in 2015.
Actual growth misses official forecast for first time since 1998, but services and e-commerce do well.
A sharp drop in oil prices and a stronger US economy will probably not be enough to brighten the outlook for global economic growth this year, the head of the International Monetary Fund said on Thursday (January 15).
Ukraine's economy is on the verge of bankruptcy.
Billionaire financier George Soros says $50bn package should be viewed as a safeguard against an aggressive Russia.
China added 10.82 million new jobs in the first nine months of 2014, meeting Beijing's target.
The epidemic impact has cost the country 0.4 ppt of GDP in 2014.
Many EU nations, US, Australia and Japan vote against move saying talks must be held at IMF or Paris Club.
IMF says Central American country's GDP growth will keep pace and inflation will be under control.
Fund says Sudan has to work with South Sudan to get debt relief from external creditors.
Discussions on 2015 budget focus on tax policy and expenditure measures.
US says debt relief will help West African countries to cope with devastating effects of Ebola.
IMF says central Asian countries will feel impact of falling oil prices and the Ukraine crisis.
Russia-Ukraine crisis and Western sanctions impact growth in Caucasus and Central Asia.
Athens is due to exit the EU bailout programme at the end of 2014.
Chinese economy grew at its slowest pace in five years in the July-September third-quarter.
IMF says Gulf countries' oil sector will remain robust at 6% growth, but fiscal reforms are needed.
Fund also changes rounding convention for calculating SDR interest rate from two to three decimal places.
The International Monetary Fund's Africa director said she made four reformist suggestions to Harare
Christine Lagarde's volte face is all very well, but Germany could stand in her way.
G-7 group of emerging economies now have combined GDP of $37.8tn at purchasing power parity, compared to $34.5tn for traditional G-7.
World Bank's chief economist Kaushik Basu said takeoff for global economy is unsure.
World Bank and IMF determine more work to be done if development targets are to be met.
IMF's Global Financial Stability Report says banks need to overhaul themselves but will risk recovery.
The International Monetary Fund has cut back its forecast for global economic growth, causing US stocks to slide, despite signs that the US economy is strengthening.
Changes may prevent 'vulture funds' and 'holdout' creditors from blocking debt restructurings..