Clock Already Ticking on Reforms as Bolsonaro Steps Up in Brazil
Latin America Votes Right While Leaning Left
Milton Friedman's Brazil Moment: Band of Disciples Takes Charge
The Group of 20 communique was the culmination of days of round-the-clock talks.
The forum for the world’s biggest economic powers will endure, for now.
At one point this week, several Group of 20 negotiators threw their hands in the air.
Stay the Course, Brazil’s Finance Minister Tells Successor
Brazil’s $380 Billion War Chest Is Attracting Envious Glances
Bolsonaro, a former army captain trounced Fernando Haddad after winning 56 percent of the vote.
Bolsonaro Saves Brazil or Fails Badly: Two Possible Scenarios
Brazil's President-Elect Pledges Unity, Austerity, Growth
The result puts the seven-time congressman on track for victory in the decisive, second-round vote on Oct. 28.
Will Brazil’s Economy Survive Its Presidential Election?
The six leading contenders in this year’s wildly unpredictable election.
Bolsonaro's Economic Guru Recoils From Brazil Race on Tax Fiasco
One of Latin America’s biggest cultural, scientific and historic treasures has gone up in flames.
Lula Heir-Apparent Competitive But No Shoo-in for Brazil Race
Soup Kitchen Lines Swell on Eve of Election in Sputtering Brazil
Market Favorite Edges Higher in Brazil's Latest Election Poll
G-20 Draft Cites Growing Trade Tension, Diplomatically
Trump Targeted by G-20 as Leaders Push Back on Combative Tweets