Is the IMF’s UK revision a red flag for investors?
The International Monetary Fund’s decision to downgrade the UK’s growth forecast for 2017 was likely a wake-up call for some investors. But is it a signal of more dire times ahead? Or just another year of mediocre growth?
IMF urges millennials to prepare for ‘pension shock’
For millennials entering the workforce, the public pension system in advanced economies is simply not going to provide the safety net in retirement that it did for previous generations, according to a new report by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) entitled ‘Pension Shock’.
Indonesia hauls in a surprise $330bn from tax amnesty
Indonesia has raised more than $330bn (£265bn, €381bn) from at least 745,000 taxpayers as its tax amnesty approaches next week’s closing date of 31 March.