By Helen Reid and Kit Rees
By Bruno Federowski and Silvio Cascione SAO PAULO (Reuters) – When former Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff’s government repeatedly missed its fiscal targets, investors fled the country.
By Ehab Farouk
NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. mortgage applications rose last week, led by an increase in refinancing activity, as home borrowing costs broadly fell, Mortgage Bankers Association said on Wednesday.
By Huw Jones
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. wholesale inventories increased more than previously reported in June, recording their biggest gain in six months, as automobile stocks rose further amid declining sales.
VIENNA (Reuters) – An Austrian law to deter companies from contracting out work to lower-cost eastern European firms breaches EU regulations, an industry body has argued in a filing to the European
LONDON (Reuters) – The Bank of England moved on Wednesday to bolster safeguards against possible conflicts of interest among staff, having been rocked in March by the resignation of a top official who
By Jeremy Gaunt