Argentina's economy chief touts spending adjustment to investors

By Walter Bianchi BUENOS AIRES - Argentina's new economy minister told a gathering of investors in the United States on Tuesday she had begun an adjustment to government spending supported by all...

Sri Lanka’s new president is already cracking down on protests

Ranil Wickremesinghe, who was elected as the new President of Sri Lanka addresses the media during his visit to the Gangaramaya Buddhist temple in Colombo, Sri Lanka on July 20, 2022. | Pradeep...

Looking On The Bright Side

Looking On The Bright Side By Jane Foley, head of FX strategy at Rabobank Looking on the bright side Despite the weakness of China’s Q2 GDP report, stock market rallied on Friday as...

Yellen, Biden's not-so-secret weapon, sees clout diminished

Janet Yellen, the first woman to serve as Treasury secretary, is seen as a technocrat, a widely respected, above-the-fray leader rather than a flame thrower in a political messaging war.

Fed faces challenges to credibility

The central bank is quickly moving to address a scandal involving stock trades made by its top officials. Price increases are running higher and longer than many Fed officials expected, boosting...

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