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Brazil’s Temer faces ‘stubborn’ recession

Brazil’s Temer faces ‘stubborn’ recession

Can the president push through the Senate unpopular reforms and austerity measures?

For emerging markets, a Fed stall works fine

For emerging markets, a Fed stall works fine

The longer the Federal Reserve holds raising interest rates at bay the better for emerging economies.

Brazil’s Cunha tossed out of Congress Lower House

Brazil’s Cunha tossed out of Congress Lower House

According to a Datafolha poll in early April, some 77 per cent of respondents wanted Cunha out of office.

Rio Paralympics open amidst tense political climate

Rio Paralympics open amidst tense political climate

The Syrian delegation was met with thunderous applause, while the Belarusian party waved a Russian flag.

G20: Brazil to focus on climate, sustainable development

G20: Brazil to focus on climate, sustainable development

Brazil is also expected to begin implementing the climate accords as soon as next year.

Hours after swearing in, Temer arrives in China

Hours after swearing in, Temer arrives in China

Temer said that he valued Brazil's relationship with China and the strengthening of strategic ties.

Dilma Rousseff impeached

Dilma Rousseff impeached

The embattled president could appeal the vote to the highest court, but she may likely retire to southern Brazil.

Thousands protest Rousseff’s trial

Thousands protest Rousseff’s trial

A verdict on Rousseff's fate during her impeachment trial is expected later this week.

Rousseff: I have nothing to hide

Rousseff: I have nothing to hide

The suspended president said she feared for the future of social services her cabinet had established.

Brazil’s Lula indicted on alleged graft charges

Brazil’s Lula indicted on alleged graft charges

Lula has said the investigation into alleged corruption charges, which he has denied, is a media circus.