The World Bank warned that monetary policy tightening by the Federal Reserve could spur a "perfect storm" of threats to growth and financial stability in developing economies.
IMF chief Christine Lagarde urged African governments to spend responsibly as she visited Liberia, a week after it was declared free from an Ebola epidemic which has shattered its economy.
Introduction of across-the-board income and property reporting has been postponed till 2020 in Kazakhstan.
National Fund for Development of Financial Services presented a seven-step plan for Kazakh government to implement amid tenge depreciation.
IMF chief Christine Lagarde heaped praise on Ukraine's reform efforts in a visit to Kiev following a deal to restructure the country's debt burden.
After presenting Brazil's first ever budget deficit, President Dilma Rousseff promised that her government will work hard to get back in the black.
International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde declared Asian economies were doing "pretty well" despite the volatility caused by China's slowdown.
France's divisive economy minister has once again made waves among Socialists by criticising the country's sacrosanct 35-hour week just as the ruling party gathers for its annual conference.
EU Economic Affairs Commissioner Pierre Moscovici said that Europe had the "means to resist" the impact of China's slowing economy.
China's faltering growth poses a threat to a recovery in the global economy, France's economy minister Emmanuel Macron said Tuesday.
Russia's battered ruble sank to its lowest point this year as Asian and European stock markets nosedived on concerns over the Chinese economy.
After the devaluation of the Kazakh national currency tenge, Kazakhstan president asked exporters to sell dollars at the domestic market.
Kazakhstani experts comment on Bank of American Merrill Lynch placing the Central Asian country among ten countries most vulnerable to a sovereign default.
Kazakhstan has been put on the map of the world's riskiest sovereign debt by Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Really?
Energy-rich Kazakhstan announced it was abandoning its currency band for a free-floating exchange rate, in a move that triggered a 23-percent fall in the value of the tenge against the US dollar.
Greece has repaid 3.4 billion euros ($3.79 billion) due to the European Central Bank, a source close to the Greek government said after the launch of a massive new reforms-for-bailout deal.
People in Kazakhstan wonder about the meaning of August 19 spike in tenge-dollar exchange rate, while the National Bank keeps silent.
The economic impact of the Tianjin explosions could reverberate for months.
Kazakhstani banks raise dollar-tenge exchange rate. People fear another devaluation of the currency. The Kazakh National Bank is silent.
Japan's economy contracted last quarter, boosting speculation the central bank will be forced to unleash more stimulus as Tokyo's "Abenomics" growth blitz stumbles.
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