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Bad IMF advice for China

Pushing China to further liberalize its exchange rate risks undermining the global economy.

Rolling the dice yet again in Greece

Time will tell whether the Greek prime minister's call for elections is genius or foolhardy.

Was the euro a mistake?

Was Europe's common currency doomed from the start?

An Italian wake-up call for Europe

After recent local elections, populist anti-European forces are again on the march.

It's time for real IMF reform

Post-2010 developments suggest that the IMF should go back to the drawing board.

The Fed's dollar question

A key question for the Fed in the months ahead will be the dollar's future direction.

Can the Greek economy grow?

The last thing that Greece needs right now is a renewed economic downturn.

Greek lessons for Puerto Rico

The US Treasury appears to have learned something from Greece's economic crisis.

Back to the drawing board on Ukraine?

There are serious questions about whether the IMF lending program is now adequately financed.

Time for plan B in Greece

The new Greek government lacks a coherent economic plan.

Greek lessons for the IMF

Never before has an IMF lending program of significance produced such disappointing results.