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Venezuela’s Guaido asks Citibank to freeze gold swap with Maduro: lawmaker

By Mayela Armas CARACAS (Reuters) – Advisers to Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido are asking Citibank not to claim gold put up as collateral for...

Foreign selling of U.S. Treasuries in December hits all-time high: data

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Foreign investors sold a record amount of U.S. Treasury bonds and notes for the month of December, according to U.S....

Colombia’s economic outlook good but fiscal risks loom: central banker

BOGOTA (Reuters) – Colombia’s economic outlook is positive this year, thanks to controlled inflation, low interest rates and growth recovery, central bank chief Juan...

Fed’s Daly sees no case for rate hike this year: WSJ...

SAN DIEGO (Reuters) – The Federal Reserve probably will not need to raise U.S. interest rates this year, given a slowdown in economic growth...

N.Y. Fed cuts U.S. first quarter GDP view to 1 percent...

NEW YORK (Reuters) – A New York Federal Reserve forecast program on Friday slashed its estimate on U.S. economic growth in the first quarter...

Fed’s Bostic: Recent soft data doesn’t change view of above trend...

BIRMINGHAM (Reuters) – Recent disappointing retail sales and industrial production data don’t yet suggest the economy will slow more quickly than expected, Atlanta Federal...

China’s banks throw open spigots in January, lend record 3.23 trillion...

By Kevin Yao and Judy Hua BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s banks made the most new loans on record in January — totaling 3.23 trillion...

Ruble, buoyed by oil, steadies after sanctions threat

MOSCOW (Reuters) – The ruble steadied against the dollar on Friday, supported by rising oil prices a day after the threat of new U.S....

Brazil may raise farm subsidies despite belt tightening

By Jake Spring BRASILIA (Reuters) – Brazil could double spending on subsidized farm insurance in 2020 and may expand subsidized loans, the country’s agriculture policy...

Banks have not moved enough staff from London to EU for...

FRANKFURT (Reuters) – Some banks that conduct their euro zone business from London have failed to meet regulators’ expectations to move enough staff into...
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