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Cops to conduct random searches, ban rallies during IMF gathering

SINGAPORE police said yesterday that a huge police presence would bar any outdoor rallies, restrict traffic and conduct random searches of people and vehicles at next month's IMF-World Bank meetings.

Tight security for Singapore IMF-World Bank meeting

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - When the annual International Monetary Fund-World Bank conference starts next month in Singapore, the city-state will look like it's preparing for a siege.

Opposition to hold rally during IMF meet

An opposition party plans to hold daily rallies during next month's IMF and World Bank meetings despite Singapore's ban on demonstrations, the party chief said yesterday.

Police wants to keep high level of security at financial meetings

POLICE are standing by their decision not to allow outdoor demonstrations at next month's World Bank and International Monetary Fund (IMF) meetings.

Market closes week on a high

Despite the Middle East conflict, roiling oil prices and a sagging housing market, Wall Street closed out the week Friday on a high as traders betted the Federal Reserve would pause its rate hike cycle.

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IMF approves $119 million loan for Afghanistan

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The International Monetary Fund on Monday approved a loan arrangement of about $119 million for Afghanistan to help fight poverty.

Global imbalances should be addressed

FOR world economic growth to be sustainable and the stability of financial markets, global imbalances have to be addressed, says Zarir J. Cama, deputy chairman/CEO of HSBC Bank Malaysia

Strong lending growth despite higher rates

Since the beginning of the year, a number of issues ranging from rising oil prices to interest rates have generally impacted the way business is being conducted. In its half-yearly CEO Outlook survey,IStarBiz /I>brings you the views of some prominent CEOs on how they are steering their groups in current times.

Latin Americans turn left: Will Filipinos follow?

Since 2000, Latin American electorates have brought leftist coalitions into power. Leftist presidents now preside over most of America's southern hemisphere.