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Brazil’s markets continued their downward spiral on Wednesday after fresh polls showed President Dilma Rousseff widening her By Joe Leahy and Samantha Pearson in São Paulo
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The US and Brazil agreed on Wednesday to resolve a decade-long feud over cotton subsidies, marking an end to one of the By Aaron Stanley in Washington
BG Group bore the brunt of a London market sell-off amid growing concerns of another downgrade to production guidance. Slow By Bryce Elder
A German government seeking to address mounting public concern about rising rents has taken aim at a popular villain: estate By Stefan Wagstyl in Berlin
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Central banks in emerging markets cut their holdings of euro in the second quarter of this year, according to International By Delphine Strauss
For funds managers lagging behind their benchmarks this year – and attracting heat from their clients – there are just three By Michael Mackenzie
Britain’s Lord Hill paid homage to the EU project and its effort to bring “wild” finance to heel on Wednesday as he By Alex Barker in Brussels
US investors postured defensively on Wednesday following the weakest reading of eurozone manufacturing in more than a year. By Eric Platt and Mamta Badkar in New York
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