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2015/02/28 00:18
2015/02/28 00:18
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The killing of prominent Russian opposition figure and former deputy Prime Minister Boris Nemtsov on a bridge across the street from the Kremlin will have a chilling effect on Russia's opposition and...
2015/02/28 00:18
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2015/02/26 02:18
2015/02/26 02:18
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We have seen innumerable variations of the vexing game of trying to generate political contentment through material concessions. If formerly the Parliaments were the guardians of thrift, they are...
2015/02/25 12:31
2015/02/25 12:31
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Remember the debt ceiling? Yeah, that -- nothing but political trouble. Congress will need to deal with it again this year. The question is when exactly. It had been thought that Congress would need...
2015/02/25 05:24
2015/02/25 05:24
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To keep loan money flowing, Greece's new prime minister Alexis Tsipras has been forced to discard his confrontational stance and commit to structural reforms. For the past month, as Greece once again...
2015/02/24 20:49
2015/02/24 20:49
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President Barack Obama listens to Janet Yellen after she was nominated to be Federal Reserve chairwoman. WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) — Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen said she strongly supports...
2015/02/22 04:20
2015/02/22 04:20
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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi promises a changed climate for investors. Photo: AP Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi promised to pursue predictable policies and ensure stable taxes, in a...
2015/02/20 13:03
2015/02/20 13:03
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Pro-Russian rebels in Ukraine promised Friday to start exchanging prisoners, in a possible boost to a ceasefire still supported by the West despite serious violations. A rebel official for human...
2015/02/20 10:49
2015/02/20 10:49
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NEW YORK (MarketWatch) — Greece, as you may have heard, is hurtling toward potential default and a potential exit from the eurozone. Investors are largely taking it in stride. After all, the backdrop...
2015/02/17 19:28
2015/02/17 19:28
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Nationwide marches demanding the impeachment of President Dilma Rousseff are expected next month Calls are growing to impeach President Dilma Rousseff over a multi-billion dollar corruption scandal...
2015/02/16 16:55
2015/02/16 16:55
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Eurozone finance ministers turned up the pressure on Greece ahead of a key meeting that began on Monday, saying that little progress had been made in talks over the weekend and calling on Athens to...
2015/02/13 09:42
2015/02/13 09:42
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Russia's plan to cut out Ukraine as a gas transit route is unrealistic because the EU will seek non-Russian gas rather than build the links it would need to Moscow's proposed new pipeline to Turkey,...
2015/02/12 19:50
2015/02/12 19:50
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DAKAR, Senegal (AP) � The six-week delay in Nigeria's presidential election has raised red flags both in the international community and among local political and civil rights groups, with many...
2015/02/12 13:20
2015/02/12 13:20
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Democracy under way, Tunisia turns to tough economic agenda By Tarek Amara TUNIS, Feb 12 (Reuters) - Just two days after confidently promising economic reforms to match Tunisia's transition to...
2015/02/11 03:43
2015/02/11 03:43
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The socialist South American government has been struggling to maintain its decade-old currency controls as inflation has soared with heavy public spending. Now the falling price of petroleum is...
2015/02/10 18:56
2015/02/10 18:56
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BRASILIA: For the first time since a corruption scandal erupted at Brazil's state-run oil company Petrobras last year, senior opposition politicians are publicly floating the possibility of impeaching...
2015/02/09 21:33
2015/02/09 21:33
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When US president Barack Obama and visiting German chancellor Angela Merkel met reporters today, the world got a sense of how complicated Obama’s relationship with economic warfare is: Russia, he...
2015/02/08 16:17
2015/02/08 16:17
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Former Banco do Brasil president Aldemir Bendine is now head of the debt-plagued oil firm. Photo / AP Petrobras' board of directors named a new chief executive last week, choosing the head of the...
2015/02/06 05:58
2015/02/06 05:58
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President Enrique Peña Nieto’s efforts to turn the page on apparent conflicts of interest bedeviling his government appear to have backfired. Political analysts and newspaper editorials Thursday...
2015/02/05 01:18
2015/02/05 01:18
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With all the negative news out of Europe, how do you find a positive story? Is there a way to structure a portfolio that gives you permission to be more aggressive when there are danger signs all...
2015/02/04 15:56
2015/02/04 15:56
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RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) � Embattled Brazilian oil giant Petrobras said Wednesday that the company's chief executive officer and five other top figures stepped down amid a long-running and massive kickback...
2015/02/28 00:18
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