Moody's risk ratings agency on Thursday downgraded the ratings of 30 Spanish banks, a direct consequence of its decision earlier this month to downgrade indebted Spain's sovereign rating.
Two weeks before the first round of voting in the Peruvian presidential election the two leading candidates are technically tied, and so are runner ups, according to the latest public opinion poll published this week in the Lima media.
Argentina's industrial output rose sharply and the trade surplus beat market expectations during the month of February signalling that the economy is still growing strong.
United States Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President Richard W. Fisher said he sees “extraordinary speculative activity” in the US after the central bank pumped record amounts of stimulus into the economy.
In the Malvinas Islands, guess what? They speak English according to Juan Antonio Agulles, mayor of the Argentine town of Malargüe, recently back from a trip to the Falkland Islands with a delegation of the so-called Rugby with out Frontiers.
Six members of the Bank of England’s nine-strong Monetary Policy Committee, including Governor Mervyn King, continued to oppose the minority campaign for an immediate rise in benchmark UK interest rates at the MPC’s meeting two weeks ago, minutes revealed Wednesday.
The world's rarest albatross has been confirmed as a separate species by scientists. The genetic analysis solves 20 years of debate over the status of the Amsterdam albatross.
Canadian researchers have proven that the birds' DNA varies significantly from wandering albatrosses, their closest living relatives.
Uruguayan fish industry instructors, technicians and professionals concluded this week a twenty day training course sponsored by Spain’s Ministry of environment, rural and marine affairs, on board the Spanish scientific research vessel Intermares.
The United States congressman representing the territory of American Samoa has announced he will be traveling to Easter Island during the Congressional recess to assess recent developments between the legitimate representatives of the Rapa Nui clans and the Chilean government.
The International Atomic Energy Agency, IAEA has expressed growing concern about a lack of information on radiation levels and the situation at the crippled nuclear reactors from Japanese authorities.