Hounslow not origin of havoc in New York

Blaming a solitary trader for the 2010 ‘flash crash’ is disingenuous

Chile hints at way out of region’s gloom

World’s top copper exporter set to escape downturn

Mexico’s economic gloom hard to crack

Families lose patience with Peña Nieto's reforms

A woman holds a placard reading 'Petrolao Brazilian Shame' in reference to the Petrobras money laundering and corruption scandals, during a protest against Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff in Sao Paulo, Brazil, 15 March 2015
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Political theatrics dividing Brazil

More than half of all Brazilians disapprove of Rousseff’s administration, writes Otavio Frias Filho

Poll blow to Rousseff over austerity plan

Findings underscore financial task facing Brazilian president

Emerging markets: The great unravelling

Developing economies are suffering their biggest capital outflows since the financial crisis

Argentina struggles to pay bondholders

Buenos Aires faces deadline as it seeks to defy US court ruling

Brazil’s economy ekes out 0.3% growth

Economists predict the deepest recession in decades this year

Wood chips that will be processed are displayed for a photo at the Fibria Celulose SA plant in Aracruz, Espirito Santo, Brazil on Tuesday, July 26, 2011
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Falling currency clears path for efficiency gains

Industry and government urged to use opportunity to remove trade barriers and boost productivity

China: With friends like these

Beijing has lent billions to spread its influence, but as defaults loom its approach is shifting

Mexican journalist vows to fight sacking

Reporter broke story of alleged house gift to president’s family

Citi blocked on Argentine bond payment

US bank faces possible Buenos Aires sanctions over judge’s ruling

Brazilian real falls to 11-year low

Dilma speech triggers anti-government protests

Brazil inflation hits highest in a decade

Rising prices add to woes confronting Rousseff government

Brazil raises rates to six-year high

Central bank tries to rein in rising inflation

Mexico torn by ‘incredulity and distrust’

Peña Nieto speaks candidly after suspected murder of students

Judge removed from Eike Batista trial

Souza photographed driving former billionaire’s confiscated Porsche

Building groups sued in Petrobras probe

Taskforce seeks R$4.5bn for alleged involvement in corruption scandal

Mexico urged to rebuild public’s trust

Finance minister in housing outcry seeks greater transparency

The $100m man’s guide to Brazilian graft

A former Petrobras executive alleges a sprawling corruption scheme