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The moral imperative (or lack thereof) for IMF funding

This is the second in a series of thought pieces that will look at the role of development finance institutions post-Covid-19. In practice, however, the IMF has so far stuck to its guns and refused to extend funding for countries with an unsustainabl...
Tellimer Research Patrick Curran
Patrick Curran @ Tellimer Research 25 August 2020
The moral imperative (or lack thereof) for IMF funding
The moral imperative (or lack thereof) for IMF funding
Flash Report / Global

Ukraine seeks help from IMF's emergency financing facility

Ukraine looks to have become the latest country seeking to tap funds from the IMF’s emergency financing facilities to help countries deal with the coronavirus pandemic that was announced earlier this month, according to local media yesterday citing t...
Tellimer Research Stuart Culverhouse
Stuart Culverhouse @ Tellimer Research 20 March 2020
Ukraine seeks help from IMF's emergency financing facility
Ukraine seeks help from IMF's emergency financing facility
Flash Report / Venezuela

Venezuela: Maduro's antics don't fool anyone

The political situation in Venezuela seemed to take another twistover the weekendafter Juan Guaido's re-election as leader of the National Assembly – which confers on him the internationally recognised position of interim president – was blocked by f...
Tellimer Research Stuart Culverhouse
Stuart Culverhouse @ Tellimer Research 6 January 2020
Venezuela: Maduro's antics don't fool anyone
Venezuela: Maduro's antics don't fool anyone
Strategy Note / Global

Frontier-Emerging Equity Monthly, November: LatAm focus – protest dominoes

The small Emerging and Frontier markets of Latin America remain among our less favoured ones (we much preferAsia). The context for protests is economic malaise from low commodity prices, the loss of trust in government institutions (eg the Odebrecht...
Tellimer Research Hasnain Malik
Hasnain Malik @ Tellimer Research 29 November 2019
Flash Report / Venezuela

Venezuela: Opposition plans Independence Day march tomorrow

Venezuela's opposition plans a protest march tomorrow. The opposition's call to take to the streets has been supported byLeopoldo Lopez, mentor to interim leader Juan Guaido. A number of scenarios are still possible,as we have set out before. We thin...
Tellimer Research Stuart Culverhouse
Stuart Culverhouse @ Tellimer Research 4 July 2019
Venezuela: Opposition plans Independence Day march tomorrow
Venezuela: Opposition plans Independence Day march tomorrow
Flash Report / Venezuela

Venezuela: Early elections unlikely to offer a way out of crisis

President Nicolás Maduro yesterday called on the opposition to accept his proposal for early parliamentary elections, a challenge to both sides to demonstrate their level of popular support, as he seeks a way out of the country’s worsening political...
Tellimer Research Stuart Culverhouse
Stuart Culverhouse @ Tellimer Research 21 May 2019
Venezuela: Early national assembly elections unlikely to offer a way out of political crisis
Venezuela: Early national assembly elections unlikely to offer a way out of political crisis