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A Climate of Change: A European Ruling’s Global Ripple

(Opinion) The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has delivered a groundbreaking verdict against Switzerland, sparking a profound shift...

Argentina’s March Inflation Slows Despite Yearly Uptick

In March, Argentina experienced a notable slowdown in inflation to 11%, yet the year's cumulative figure climbed to 51.6%. This...

Brazilian Opposition Governors Challenge Lula’s Dominance

In early April 2024, a Genial/Quaest poll revealed a growing preference for opposition governors over President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva in key Brazilian...

Brazilian Service Sector Shows Resilience Despite February Dip

In February 2024, Brazil's service sector faced a slight downturn, recording a 0.9% decline from the previous month, according...

Artur Jorge Evaluates Botafogo’s Challenging Debut in Copa Libertadores

Artur Jorge's managerial debut with Botafogo was marked by a tough 1-0 loss to LDU Quito in the Copa...

The New Era of Autonomous Military Technology

The U.S. military is spearheading the integration of autonomous technologies into its warfare strategy,...

Brazilian Opposition Governors Challenge Lula’s Dominance

In early April 2024, a Genial/Quaest poll revealed a growing preference for opposition governors over President Luiz Inácio Lula...

Brazilian Service Sector Shows Resilience Despite February Dip

In February 2024, Brazil's service sector faced a slight downturn, recording a 0.9% decline from the previous month, according...

Brazil’s Supreme Court Steps In Amid Social Media Law Controversy

In a critical juncture for Brazilian politics and digital regulation, the Supreme Court has intervened to steer the course...

Petrobras CEO Prates Said to Secure Position Amidst Government Deliberations

Jean Paul Prates is reportedly set to continue as the CEO of Petrobras, Brazil's leading oil company. This is despite facing challenges from within the government and public debates about the company's future path and its...

Brazil’s Industrial Confidence Wanes in April

In April, industrialists showed less confidence in the economy, marking a shift from the stable sentiment observed in March. The National Confederation of Industry's (CNI)...

Shifting Tides in Brazil’s Trade Balance

Bank of America predicts a shift in Brazil's trade dynamics for 2024, foreseeing a slowdown from the record trade surplus of 2023 to a higher current account deficit. This change is attributed to a surge in...

Brazil’s Coal Energy Strategy Sparks Global Concern

The Global Energy Monitor recently spotlighted in Brazil what it considers troubling coal energy trends, noting a deviation from the Paris Agreement's goals. While the world strives to cut back, Brazil's choice to delay shutting down...

Brazil’s March Inflation Dips to 0.16%

In March, Brazil witnessed its inflation rate decelerate significantly to 0.16%, marking a sharp decline from February's rate of 0.83%. This data, released by the IBGE on April 10th, highlights a trend lower than many had...

Musk and Moraes Clash Highlights Brazilian Political Divide

(Analyse) The recent clash between Elon Musk and STF Justice Alexandre de Moraes highlights Brazil's deep political divide. It particularly illuminates the tension between Senate President Rodrigo Pacheco and Chamber President Arthur Lira. Pacheco's call for tighter...