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Cutting-edge macroeconomic research opens the door for paleo-Keynesian policies
Martin Sandbu's Free Lunch
Michel Temer’s government is trying to cap spending as deficit reaches 10% of GDP
Central bank acts as country struggles to emerge from its deepest recession on record
An end to risky bets on the ‘red elephants’ of Beijing’s global financial diplomacy?
Economists worry that a new wave of protectionism in the digital age is hurting global growth
With its currency and benchmark index surging, the country has become an emerging market favourite
President’s strengthening of institutions and the rule of law has raised hopes
São Paulo’s bourse has its eyes set on regional expansion after year of political turmoil
Central bank faces tough choice at last scheduled policy meeting before US election
Brazil ranked worst in the world for trust in politicians
Macri has impressed investors but whether they will walk the walk remains to be seen
President confronts a slow and oligarchical corporate culture
Central bank faces hard choice over rate rise decision next week
Onerous visa requirements are blamed for deterring visitors
The president has a chance to stabilise Brazil and begin painful reforms, writes George Magnus
End of impeachment process of Dilma Rousseff will shift focus to resolving deep recession
Hedge of $42 a barrel is part of move to protect public finances as economy faces further pressure
Sector on track to raise the least money since 2009, even as emerging markets enjoy bounce
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