segunda-feira, 25 de abril de 2016

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL-Ted Cruz and John Kasich Team Up to Stop Donald Trump

GERMANY NEWS-SPIEGEL-Urteil Freispruch für Deutsche-Bank-Chefs


FOLHA DE SÃO PAULO-O FRIO ESTA CHEGANDO VAMOS COMEMORAR OU REZAR

OGLOBO-BRASIL-DILMA É PASSADO NEGRO NA HISTORIA E LULA,SERA RISCADO DOS LIVROS.FORÇA BRASIL.

CORRIERE DELLA SERA-MotoGp, Valentino Rossi domina a Jerez e mette in riga Lorenzo e Marquez

INDIA NEWS-THE HINDU NEWS-Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Chief Justice of India T.S. Thakur. Photo : R. V. Moorthy


ELECTION 2016

Ted Cruz and John Kasich Team Up to Stop Donald Trump

In an unprecedented last-ditch effort to stop GOP front-runner Donald Trump, his two remaining rivals are divvying up the upcoming primary states to try to block the New York businessman’s path to the GOP nomination. 198in a day

U.S. Military Role in Syria Expanding

President Obama plans to announce he is sending up to 250 additional military personnel to work with local forces fighting Islamic State in Syria. 140in 21 hours

ABREAST OF THE MARKET

As Bond Yields Rise, Some Investors Fear Another False Dawn

Government-bond yields are heading higher around the world, a move typically linked to expectations of economic growth and inflation. But some investors worry the move will be short-lived. in a day

Obama, Merkel Urge Action on Atlantic Trade Pact

President Obama and German Chancellor Merkel urged action on the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership. in a day

The Rise and Fall of Islamic State’s Oil Tycoon

A document trove tells how Abu Sayyaf faced challenges familiar to all oil executives—and some unique to a terrorist group, such as approving expenses for the upkeep of slaves and dodging U.S. airstrikes. 74in 19 hours

Global Stocks Weighed Down by Falling Commodity Prices

Global stocks inched lower, weighed down by falling commodity prices, as investors prepared for another week of first-quarter earnings reports and meetings of the Federal Reserve and Bank of Japan. in a day

Middle East Economies Facing Oil Revenue Falls, IMF Says

The International Monetary Fund estimates the Middle East’s oil-dependent economies have missed out on $390 billion in oil revenues last year and face up to $150 billion in income losses this year as a result of cheap oil prices. in a day

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