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Dollar strength: Why developing countries are nervous

Emerging economies are wary of the strength of the US dollar. They are taking steps to ensure the soaring greenback doesn’t fuel inflation and derail growth. We explain why they remain vulnerable. In addition, growing...

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Brazil looks to gain from Russia’s war in Ukraine

As the world economy reels from a global slowdown amid the Ukraine war, Brazil could benefit from the multiple crises. No matter whether it’s oil, gas, lithium, food, renewable energy — Brazil has plenty of...

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The Dollar Posts Corrective Upticks, while the Market Digests China’s Initiatives

China’s new initiatives to support the property sector helped lift the Hang Seng. And while the China’s CSI 300 edged higher both the Shanghai and Shenzhen composites fell. Most Asia Pacific markets fell, while Europe’s...

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Euro and Sterling Slumps Extended

Russia’s decision to cut gas supplies to Poland and Bulgaria and the sharp sell-off in US equities yesterday casts a pall over the markets today.  But not the dollar. The euro punched through $1.06 for...

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Brazil’s Congress approves bill to privatize Eletrobras

A plan to privatize South America’s largest state-owned energy provider has been approved by Brazilian lawmakers. Critics warn that privatization will increase energy costs. The lower house of the Brazilian Congress passed legislation on Monday...

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Dollar Becalmed as Markets Wait for US Leadership

The short squeeze that lifted the US dollar ahead of the weekend has seen limited follow-through buying, and instead a consolidative tone emerged.  Europe is searching for direction and perhaps waiting for US leadership after...

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Brazil Deforestation escalates alongside coronavirus in Brazil

Experts predict a double catastrophe in the Amazon rainforest if the coronavirus pandemic overlaps with the forest fire season. The Brazilian government has frozen climate funds and rolled back environmental regulations. Civil society groups and...

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9th BRICS Summit: Managing multipolarity of multipolarity

The five BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) represent no less than 4 billion people or 42% of the world’s population, and even more regarding their contribution to the global economy since their...

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BRICS leaders meet in China to forge new path

An annual BRICS summit in China has kicked off with the emerging market bloc in need of direction. The five members are divided as they face political and economic troubles. Chinese President Xi Jinping on...

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Global Remittances amidst Global Uncertainty

Globally, the number of international migrants reached 244 million in 2015 for the world as a whole, a 41 per cent increase compared to 2000. This rise in the number of international migrants reflects the...

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Granting indigenous land rights could save the climate – or not

Indigenous peoples believe they preserve forests best – something that is becoming more important as the planet heats up. But indigenous peoples need land title to implement protection – why is this so contentious? Indigenous...

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New Development Bank: A challenge or complement to financial system

Challenging the World Bank and the IMF as a response to their failed reforms or complementing the existing market players with efficiency and not a competition, the New Development Bank focuses beyond those things and...