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Petrobras to Pay $2.95 Billion to Settle U.S. Suit Over Corruption

Petrobras to Pay $2.95 Billion to Settle U.S. Suit Over Corruption

Brazilian state-run oil company Petróleo Brasileiro signed one of the highest-value settlements in history to end a class-action lawsuit by U.S. investors who had sought to recoup corruption-related losses.

Published 7 months ago

You Got Priced Out of ... Philadelphia? The Spread of Hot Housing Markets

You Got Priced Out of ... Philadelphia? The Spread of Hot Housing Markets

Parts of gentrifying Philadelphia are too pricey for the young professionals the city would love to see move right in. Now the city may force developers to include affordable units, as has been done elsewhere in other U.S. cities.

Published 7 months ago

Petrobras reaches $2.95bn settlement in US investor lawsuit

Petrobras reaches $2.95bn settlement in US investor lawsuit

Agreement ends class action over corruption scandal at Brazilian oil group

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Fed Minutes to Shed Light on Officials’ Outlook for 2018

Fed Minutes to Shed Light on Officials’ Outlook for 2018

The Federal Reserve on Wednesday will offer more details on policy makers’ outlook for 2018 when it releases the minutes of its Dec. 12-13 meeting.

Published 7 months ago

Business-Loan Growth Fell Off a Cliff in 2017 and No One Can Figure Out Why

Business-Loan Growth Fell Off a Cliff in 2017 and No One Can Figure Out Why

Business-loan growth fell to its lowest levels since the aftermath of the financial crisis in the final weeks of 2017, a puzzling development that could weigh on bank earnings later this month.

Published 7 months ago

Top Lawmakers to Meet With White House Officials to Tackle Spending Talks

Top Lawmakers to Meet With White House Officials to Tackle Spending Talks

Congressional leaders and senior White House officials will restart negotiations to iron out differences over spending on the Pentagon and other government agencies, with lawmakers hoping to avoid a further series of short-term patches.

Published 7 months ago

As Trump Weighs New Tariffs, Imports of Washers, Solar Panels Jump

As Trump Weighs New Tariffs, Imports of Washers, Solar Panels Jump

Foreign makers of products including washing machines and solar panels are ramping up shipments to the U.S. ahead of government decisions on whether to erect new barriers, trade data show.

Published 7 months ago

The New Floor for Bond Underwriting Fees: $1

The New Floor for Bond Underwriting Fees: $1

Fierce competition to underwrite debt offerings in Asia’s booming U.S.-dollar bond market is forcing some big global banks to work on deals for next to nothing.

Published 7 months ago

Iran State TV Highlights Pro-Government Rallies After Days of Unrest

Iran State TV Highlights Pro-Government Rallies After Days of Unrest

Iranian state TV broadcast images of thousands of people rallying across the country in support of the government, in the largest public response to a week-long wave of anti-regime unrest sweeping the Islamic Republic.

Published 7 months ago

Mexican Journalist Fled to U.S. After Threats. Nine Years Later, U.S. Says Go Back.

Mexican Journalist Fled to U.S. After Threats. Nine Years Later, U.S. Says Go Back.

A Mexican journalist who sought refuge in the United States amid death threats almost a decade ago now faces deportation in a case drawing criticism from immigration and journalism advocates.

Published 7 months ago

How will US bank stocks perform in 2018?

How will US bank stocks perform in 2018?

Lenders are raising rates for borrowers but not savers, which should please shareholders

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Ant-Moneygram’s Demise Spells the End for China-U.S. Deal Making

Ant-Moneygram’s Demise Spells the End for China-U.S. Deal Making

CFIUS’s decision to block the proposed $1.2 billion deal shows that Beijing’s recent efforts to relax foreign investment rules aren’t going to meet with much reciprocity.

Published 7 months ago

ETF providers hope Mifid II will spur European growth

ETF providers hope Mifid II will spur European growth

Regulatory shake-up to provide more transparency on trading of passive investment vehicles

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North Korea Will Revive Hotline for Talks With South

North Korea Will Revive Hotline for Talks With South

North Korea said it would reopen a long-closed communication line with the South later on Wednesday to discuss North Korea’s possible attendance at next month’s Winter Olympics, amid signs of easing tensions between Pyongyang and Seoul.

Published 7 months ago