The IMF managing director could face as much as one year in jail if convicted
Tim Martin accused Christine Lagarde and Mark Carney of 'irresponsible doom-mongering'
It follows on from the pub chain’s first mats, which carried messages that compared the International Monetary Fund (IMF) with to scandal-hit FiFA
She warned that a UK vote to leave the European Union could hit US demand and affect the timing of the next interest rate rise
Christine Lagarde, Nicolas Sarkozy, Alain Juppé and Jacques Chirac have all come under investigation yet remain in positions of power in France
Christine Lagarde received the backing of the UK, Germany, China, France and Korea.
Asia stocks rebound; Christine Lagarde confirms intention to run for second IMF term; the European Union is “falling apart”, American financier George Soros warned
Fears that Beijing is following a stealth devaluation policy to boost its exports have helped convulse financial markets this year
Move could force her to resign as director general of the IMF
Ms Lagarde told a press conference she 'very, very much' hopes there is no Brexit
Christine Lagarde said she 'very much hopes' voters opt to remain in the EU
UK trade balance data is coming; Leaders from the World Bank Group and International Monetary Fund have their annual meeting in the Peruvian capital of Lima; Glencore is now cutting Zinc production
Egypt's leaders were under increasing strain last night as a fuel shortage heaped pressure on the battered economy and officials met with world finance chiefs to discuss a multi-billion dollar development loan.
Lender sees just 0.2 per cent UK growth in 2012 and urges action from eurozone
Fiscal policy, eh? Phwoar! Triple-A ratings: they get the blood pumping, don't they? And don't even get us started on eurozone rescue-fund implementation...
George Osborne must adopt an economic "Plan B" and slow the pace of public spending cuts if the British economy remains weak, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) warned the Chancellor yesterday.