Brazil’s crisis deepens Brazil’s political crisis deepened as a judge blocked the appointment of former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva as chief of staff to his successor just moments after his tumultuous swearing-in ceremony held amid heated protests. Current President Dilma Rousseff’s opponents accused her of a transparent maneuver aimed at helping the once popular Silva avoid legal woes that saw him taken in for questioning in a sprawling corruption probe less than two weeks ago. The Washington Post reports. Argentina’s YPF seeks to raise $1 billion with new bond Argentine state energy company YPF will seek to raise up to $1 billion Friday through the sale of a new five-year dollar denominated bond, which will be issued under […]
Daily News March 18, 2016
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The AFL-CIO, the biggest U.S. labor federation, on Monday...