Christine Lagarde

Christine Lagarde, IMF’s outgoing chairwoman, offered financial advice to President Donald Trump — and warned of the risks of nationalism and wall-building.
Her lawyer says his team will look into appealing the decision.
We're turning to female leaders, but don't break out the champagne and Beyonce playlist just yet.
IMF chief Christine Lagarde said the Republican candidate's antitrade policies could be "disastrous."
The U.S. economy is in good shape, despite some setbacks in very recent months. The latest IMF review of the U.S. economy can be summed up in three numbers: above 2, below 5, and 4. What does that mean?
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To depose Suharto, two deceptions were necessary. The first involved forging an I.M.F. public position of open hostility
Christine Lagarde reckons that higher minimum wages and more family-friendly policies would improve the economy.