People, businesses and governments around the world are looking anxiously toward Washington these days, trying to read the mind of the new president, Donald Trump, and the soul of the new Congress for changes that might affect them.
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By Anthony Harrup MEXICO CITY -- The Bank of Mexico said Wednesday that it transferred 321.7 billion pesos ($17.1 billion) to the federal government in excess funds from its operations in 2016, which the finance ministry said will be used ...
By Julie Wernau Sugar prices slumped Wednesday as traders looked beyond damage to sugarcane in Australia to oversupply of the sweetener globally. Raw sugar for May was down 2.5% to 17.12 cents a pound on the ICE Futures U.S. exchange, ...
By Michael S. Derby Federal Reserve Bank of Boston President Eric Rosengren said Wednesday he wants the U.S. central bank to raise rates more aggressively than the consensus outlook of his colleagues, provided the economy performs as he expects it ...