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The International Monetary Fund is more optimistic about the global economy after seeing faster U.S. growth and a coordinated effort in Europe to address the Continent's debt crisis.
The International Monetary Fund chief called for a "rebalancing" of the global economy that will involve a worldwide safety net similar to the reserve fund that European institutions have created to bail out debt-ridden members.
Pennsylvania is now the nation's second-largest gambling market behind Las Vegas.
The managing director of the International Monetary Fund called on the world's developed nations on Tuesday to "increase our firepower" to better confront global financial strains such as those now in play in Greece and several other eurozone nations.
A lawyer for Dominique Strauss-Kahn said the former IMF chief has been handed preliminary charges alleging he was involved in a French prostitution ring.
President Obama is going down to the wire on naming his candidate for the president of the World Bank, even as foreign candidates have emerged for a post that has always gone to an American.
French cinema icon Gerard Depardieu says he's going to play former International Monetary Fund chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn in a movie because he does not like him.
An adage holds that bureaucracies can pursue their original goals successfully only for a generation at most.
The German parliament approved a second, euro130 billion ($173 billion) loan package for Greece on Monday after Chancellor Angela Merkel warned lawmakers that it would be irresponsible to abandon the country to bankruptcy.