IMF sees solid primary surplus from 2023, debt falling to below 150 pct of GDP by 2027EconomyMacroeconomy
The International Monetary Fund has mapped out what it believes Greece’s fiscal path will look like in the Fiscal Monitor that was released as part of the meetings with the World Bank currently being held in Washington
Despite downward revision, IMF sees Greece growing by 1.8 pct in 2023EconomyMacroeconomy
Amidst gloomy global economic prospects, which led to significant growth revisions in the World Economic Outlook that was published yesterday as part of the annual meetings of the IMF and World Bank, the Fund offered a small glimpse of hope to the Greek authorities for the challenging year ahead.
IMF trims 1 point off 2022 growth, makes major revision to inflation forecastEconomyMacroeconomy
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) released its latest global macro and fiscal estimates in the context of the spring meetings currently held in Washington, capturing the impact of inflation on growth.
IMF urges caution on public financesEconomy
The IMF concluded last week its latest Article IV consultation for Greece with the mission drawing attention to the fiscal policy commitments Greek authorities face from this year, while noting progress in some areas.
Greece takes next steps, including bond swap, to enhance debt profile over coming yearsEconomyMacroeconomy
This week started with two developments that intend to further smooth out Greece’s debt obligations in the coming years.
IMF maintains cautious view on public finances, sees debt declining slowlyEconomyMacroeconomy
Within the context of its Fiscal Monitor, the International Monetary Fund released its latest fiscal estimates for Greece, taking a traditionally more conservative view on the country’s public finances.
IMF ups 2021 growth forecast to 6.5 pct, but keeps modest outlook for longer termEconomyMacroeconomy
The International Monetary Fund, within the regular cycle of its World Economic Outlook (WEO) publication, was the latest international organisation to adopt a more optimistic view about Greece’s growth this year.
IMF raises outlook on Greek debt sustainability to merely 'uncertain'Economy
The International Monetary Fund completed the latest round of discussions with the Greek authorities, in the context of the Article IV consultations, and the staff remarks were released on Wednesday.
IMF expects modest recovery, lingering debt but primary surplus to return swiftlyEconomyMacroeconomy
Within the context of its Spring meetings, the IMF updated its macroeconomic and fiscal estimates for Greece in the World Economic Outlook and the Fiscal Monitor publications.
Updated IMF DSA sees Greek debt as sustainable in medium-term, risks over long-termEconomyMacroeconomy
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) issued this week the latest post-programme monitoring report, the second since the summer of 2018, when the last programme ended.