MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – The director of Mexican state oil firm Pemex’s exploration and production unit, Miguel Angel Lozada, has been banned from holding public office for 10 years for alleged fraud,
By Jamie McGeever BRASILIA (Reuters) – Brazil’s central bank cut its benchmark Selic interest rate to an all-time low of 4.50% on Wednesday, but indicated that with borrowing costs so low and economic
By Collin Eaton HOUSTON (Reuters) – Oil prices dropped almost 1% on Wednesday following a surprise build in U.S. crude inventories, and as investors waited to see if a fresh round of tariffs by
By Ann Saphir SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – The first public report on climate-related risks to financial markets ever commissioned by a U.S. market regulator will be out in June, the head of the group
PARIS (Reuters) – Lebanon must form a credible government that can enact swift reforms if it wants to receive international support and avoid a chaotic unwinding of its economy, the country’s
By Kirstin Ridley LONDON (Reuters) – U.S law firm Hausfeld has filed a lawsuit in London against major banks over alleged foreign exchange (forex) rigging in a bid to take over a high-profile British
BERLIN (Reuters) – Germany aims to find a permanent solution for the composition of the World Trade Organisation’s (WTO) Appellate Body by June, Germany said on Wednesday after the United States
By Ernest Scheyder (Reuters) – The U.S.
By Susan Mathew and Medha Singh (Reuters) – European shares made small moves on Wednesday in anticipation of pivotal global events such as a U.S.