SHANGHAI/HONG KONG, Dec 4 - China plans to roll out financial sector reforms in the Shanghai special economic zone in the next three months and most will be implemented in a year, suggesting authorities are accelerating the pace of dismantling capital account controls.
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By Miguel Gutierrez and Adriana Barrera MEXICO CITY, Dec 4 - Mexican lawmakers will send a landmark energy bill to Senate committees on Thursday to pave the way for debate on a cornerstone of President Enrique Pena Nieto's economic reform drive, a top ruling party lawmaker said on Wednesday. The bill, which would open Mexico's state-dominated energy sector to private investment in a bid to raise flagging oil output, will need approval of the Senate and lower house of Congress.
RIO DE JANEIRO, Dec 4 - Latin American currencies were steady on Wednesday, with the Brazilian real posting modest gains after three sessions of steep losses, as investors focused on upcoming U.S. economic data for clues about the future of U.S. stimulus measures. Investors are particularly anxious about U.S. gross domestic product numbers on Thursday and the non-farm payrolls report on Friday. The data may provide clues on whether the U.S. Federal Reserve may start winding down it
MEXICO CITY, Dec 4 - Brazil's real sank on Wednesday for a fourth straight day to its lowest level in more than three months as a stream of positive U.S. economic data bolstered investor bets of a near-term wind down of Federal Reserve stimulus. The real dipped 0.38 percent to 2.2375 per dollar, its weakest finish since August 22, after data on Wednesday showed U.S. private employers added 215,000 jobs in November, topping economists' expectations. Strong data out of the Unit
DETROIT, Dec 4 - The auction house Christie's put a price tag on one of Detroit's highest-profile assets - the city's share of the Detroit Institute of Arts collection - but the masterworks might not be worth enough to help the city out of its financial crisis.
WASHINGTON, Dec 4 - Three Wall Street trade groups sued the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission on Wednesday in hopes of beating back tough overseas trading guidelines they fear could hurt markets and cut profits.
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