The International Monetary Fund

This paper explains the objectives and activities of the International Monetary Fund. (IMF)

This paper describes the International Monetary Fund (IMF) as a powerful international institution that works together with the World Bank to provide support and guidance to nations in all stages of economic progress. The paper explains that the IMF is responsible for managing the global financial system and supplying loans to its member states to help alleviate financial problems.
“The IMF, using a fund pledged by the member nations, buys foreign currencies on application from its members for the purpose of discharging international indebtedness and stabilizing exchange rates. The IMF currency reserve units are called Special Drawing Rights (SDRs). ”