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Rodrigo Campos

Vaccine cooperation, recovery could boost global income $9 trillion by 2025, IMF chief says

Oct 15 2020

WASHINGTON/NEW YORK Strong international cooperation on COVID-19 vaccines could speed up the world economic recovery and add $9 trillion (6.9 trillion pounds) to global income by 2025, International Monetary Fund Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva said on Thursday.

Stocks rally to end bitter week; dollar up the most since April

Sep 25 2020

NEW YORK Stocks fell 2% around the globe this week and the dollar posted its strongest weekly performance since April as concern over the economic effect of a second wave of coronavirus-related lockdowns weighed on investors' risk appetite.

Stocks rise to end bitter week, dollar jumps

Sep 25 2020

NEW YORK Stocks were set to fall more than 2% this week and the dollar was on track for its strongest week since April as concern over the economic effect of a second wave of virus-related lockdowns continued to weigh on investors' risk appetite.

GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks tick up to end bitter week, dollar jumps

Sep 25 2020

* Oil heading for weekly drop on virus-linked demand concerns

China gets nod to join FTSE Russell's trillion-dollar WGBI club

Sep 25 2020

NEW YORK/SHANGHAI FTSE Russell will add Chinese government bonds (CGBs) to its flagship World Government Bond Index (WGBI), the index provider said on Thursday, paving the way for billions of dollars of inflows into the world's second-largest economy.

Stocks fall despite Wall St stimulus hope; dollar dips

Sep 24 2020

NEW YORK Wall Street rose in a choppy session on Thursday on hopes of more economic stimulus but the gains were not enough to lift an index of stocks across the globe, while the dollar ticked down from two-month highs.

GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks fall despite Wall St stimulus hope; dollar flat

Sep 24 2020

NEW YORK, Sept 24 Wall Street rose on hopes of more economic stimulus but the gains were not enough to lift an index of stocks across the globe on Thursday, while the dollar was little changed.

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