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Brazil’s Central Bank Chief Says Fiscal Prudence Crucial Amid Political Protests and Inflation
BRASILIA, BRAZIL — Brazil's central bank chief Roberto Campos Neto emphatically defended the need for...
Oil Prices Fall 2.5% Amid ‘Zero-COVID’ Worries and Unstable Supply Chains
NEW YORK — Oil prices sank by more than $2 a barrel on Wednesday, Nov. 9 after industry data showed that...
A staff wearing a face shield sells fish at Japan's supermarket group Aeon's shopping mall as the mall reopens amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Chiba, Japan May 28, 2020. (Image: Screenshot / REUTERS)
Japan Household Spending Extends Growth in September on Economic Reopening
By Kantaro Komiya TOKYO - Japanese households ramped up spending in September from a year earlier...
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Chinese Economic ‘Pivot’ Could Seek to Take Advantage of High US Interest Rates: Reuters
By Jamie McGeever What the Fed taketh away, China could be about to giveth back. Speculation is...
Brazil’s Bolsonaro Maintains Silence Following Lula’s Election Victory
SAO PAULO/BRASILIA — President Jair Bolsonaro had yet to concede defeat in Brazil's presidential election...
Trade Deficit for US Goods Widens as Home Sales and Imports Dwindle
WASHINGTON (Reuters) — The U.S. trade deficit in goods widened sharply in September, likely as a strong...
Nasdaq Wanes Amid Weak Big Tech Earnings
(Reuters) — The Nasdaq index fell on Wednesday, Oct. 26 as disappointing results and warnings from Microsoft...
US Consumers Confidence Ebbs as Housing Prices Slow
WASHINGTON (Reuters) — U.S. consumer confidence ebbed in October after two straight monthly increases...
US Fiscal Budget Deficit Halves to $1.375 Trillion Despite Student Loan Costs
WASHINGTON (Reuters) — The U.S. government revealed on Friday, Oct. 21 that its fiscal 2022 budget deficit...