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The United States Federal Reserve and the Bank of England this week are scheduled to hike interest rates steeply again in a bid to tame inflation. The two central banks are expected to look through recession fears and continue their fight against extraordinary price rises.
The governments of Brazil and the United States have signed a customs recognition agreement whereby companies from the South American country certified as authorized economic operators (AEO) will be able to export faster and with less red tape involved.
The signs of a recession of the German economy are multiplying, reads the monthly report from the country's central bank, Bundesbank, adding a slump that could last into next year.
World military spending continued to grow in 2021, reaching an all-time high of US$ 2.1 trillion. This was the seventh consecutive year that spending increased, according to the latest data on military spending published by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI).
By Ernesto Talvi (*) – In the 1980s, the Federal Reserve’s dramatic interest-rate hikes led to a lost decade of economic growth in highly indebted Latin American countries. Today, however, the US itself is highly leveraged, which will make the Fed hesitant to pursue measures that imply severe collateral damage elsewhere.
In its National Accounts report published Friday, the Central Bank of Uruguay (BCU) announced that the country's economy had grown 7.7% in the second quarter of 2022 mainly due to the high yields achieved in the soybean harvest.
Former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva (2003-2010), who remains the leading contender for next month's elections against the incumbent Jair Bolsonaro, said Friday that if he returns to the Planalto Palace, he will seek to lower the price of food.
Brazil's industrial activity has been reported to have increased in August and has a bright future ahead, according to a survey from the National Industry Confederation (CNI).
Argentine farmers have sold 15.2% of the country’s 44 million-ton 2021/22 soy crop in seven days since the government implemented a more favorable exchange rate for cash crop exports, Rosario grains exchange reported.