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Anglo American says first quarter output rose 9% and backs 2023 forecast.

The FTSE 100-listed diversified mining group kept its production and unit cost guidance for 2023 unchanged across all of its business units.

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3 railroads team up to better compete with CPKC to serve Mexico

Three major freight railroads responded Monday to the Canadian Pacific-Kansas City Southern merger with an agreement to work together on a competing service to carry shipments across North America.

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How big a pay hike are you expecting this year? Americans say they anticipate a 6.7% raise.

Workers may be worried about layoffs, but they also can put stock in the fact they received an average 6.5% salary increase in 2022, according to ADP.

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Credit Suisse maintained accounts of Nazis as recently as 2020, senators say

U.S. lawmakers have accused controversy-ridden Swiss lender Credit Suisse of holding up an investigation into its history with Nazi-linked accounts.

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Orange-juice futures are near a record. Sugar is at an 11-year high. And coffee is peaking too. What’s going on?

Some soft commodities have rallied so far this year, with sugar prices this week trading at their highest price in 11 years and orange-juice futures touching their highest prices on record.

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Former Pres. Bolsonaro returns to Brazil after 3-month stay in Florida

While in the U.S., Bolsonaro mostly kept a low profile, although he delivered several speeches to Brazilian expats and conservatives, including at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Maryland.

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Migrants start fire at Mexico detention center, killing 40

Migrants fearing deportation set mattresses ablaze at an immigration detention center in northern Mexico, starting a fire that killed at least 40 people, the president said Tuesday, in one of the deadliest events ever at a...

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U.S. companies will rely less on China and move manufacturing closer to home as globalization splinters, El-Erian says.

As companies opt for resilience over efficiency, they will increasingly shift their approach to supply chains from 'just in time' to 'just in case.'

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Chips, energy and an Amazon rival: Stock picks from a fund manager with three decades of experience

The manager of the Plumb Balanced Fund has three stock ideas to share. But first, some timely advice from the manager's three decades of experience.

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U.S. regulators approve first major railroad merger in more than two decades

Canadian Pacific’s CP $31 billion acquisition of Kansas City Southern will combine the two smallest of the nations seven major railroads after an arduous two-year review from the U.S. Surface Transportation Board.

Markets Overview

Ticker Name Last Chg Chg %
SPMERVAL S&P MERVAL Index 298,761.48 -6,035.48 -1.98%
A1DOW Dow Jones Americas Index USD 931.48 6.62 0.72%