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[24 May 2016 | Comments Off on Brazil’s Interim President Seeks to Put Economy Back on Track | ]

Brazil’s interim president Michel Temer unveiled a raft of economic measures Tuesday designed to shore up the country’s precarious finances and promote faster growth and professionalism.

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[24 May 2016 | Comments Off on In Syria’s Mangled Economy, Truckers Stitch Together Warring Regions | ]

Trade between Islamic State, the Assad regime and others continues despite Syria’s war, leaving it to truck drivers to crisscross front lines delivering food, oil and appliances.

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[24 May 2016 | Comments Off on Auto, Mortgage Delinquencies Rise in Energy Regions | ]

The New York Fed’s quarterly report on household debt and credit found rising auto and mortgage delinquencies in the U.S. counties that had the highest employment in the oil and gas industry, even as the national picture continues its gradual improvement.

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[24 May 2016 | Comments Off on Could Redstone Fire Viacom’s CEO? | ]

Viacom’s board supports Philippe Dauman but they may not be able to stop Sumner Redstone from removing him.

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[24 May 2016 | Comments Off on Debt Standoff Hobbles Greek Bailout Talks | ]

Eurozone finance ministers and the International Monetary Fund are having another go at resolving a standoff over Greece’s bailout which has held up new aid payments for the country.

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[24 May 2016 | Comments Off on ECB Warns Against Rise of Populism | ]

The European Central Bank warned that the rise of populist political forces in Europe could slow the implementation of needed economic reforms, thus leading to market pressure on vulnerable countries.

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[24 May 2016 | Comments Off on Turkey’s New Premier Charts Mission With New Cabinet | ]

Turkey’s economy and foreign policy chiefs kept their jobs in the cabinet lineup unveiled by the new prime minister, who also vowed to transfer more power to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

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[24 May 2016 | Comments Off on Sudden Drop in Saudi Students Brings Funding Challenge to Colleges | ]

Colleges lured a wave of students from abroad in recent years to boost revenue and offset state budget cuts. But the number of students from some key regions is falling, leaving the schools exposed to a slew of challenges.

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[24 May 2016 | Comments Off on Japan’s Abe Seeks Foreign Support for More Stimulus | ]

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is hoping to get some help from his Group of Seven friends this week for his plans to prop up Japan’s economy with more government spending.

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[24 May 2016 | Comments Off on Bristol-Myers Could Grow EPS 16% Per Year | ]

The pharma giant has jumped to an early lead in immuno-oncology, a new approach to the treatment of cancer.