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Record-Breaking Warmth in February Alters Seasons Worldwide

February is poised to become the warmest on record globally. Warm conditions have caused early blooms from Japan to...

Peru Opposes Bill Limiting Judiciary Independence

Yesterday, Peru's leadership opposed a proposed law by Peru Libre party members that aimed to declare the Public Ministry...

Antônio de Rueda Leads União Brasil Party into a New Era

Antônio de Rueda's election as União Brasil's president marks a pivotal moment. His victory over Luciano Bivar, with whom he previously aligned, ends a...

Trademark Dispute Forces Meta to Rename in Brazil

A São Paulo court has ruled that Meta, the conglomerate behind Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp, must stop using the...

Guarani FC’s Debt Clearance Plan

Guarani Football Club in Campinas, São Paulo, has developed a strategy to manage and pay off its R$60 million...

Colombia Ceases Military Deals with Israel, a Key Security Supplier

In a significant social media stir, Colombian President Gustavo Petro announced a stop to...

Antônio de Rueda Leads União Brasil Party into a New Era

Antônio de Rueda's election as União Brasil's president marks a pivotal moment. His victory over Luciano Bivar, with whom...

Trademark Dispute Forces Meta to Rename in Brazil

A São Paulo court has ruled that Meta, the conglomerate behind Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp, must stop using the...

Brazil Sees Unexpected Drop in Unemployment to 7.6%

In January, Brazil's jobless rate was 7.6%, steady from the previous quarter but up from December's 7.4%, the IBGE's...

Today’s Morning Call: Brazilian GDP Release in Focus

Today, all eyes are on the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) figures for the last quarter and the entire previous year, set for release at 9 a.m. Yesterday saw the Ibovespa fall below 130,000, ending at 129,020.02...

G20 Talks in Brazil End Without Unity Over Geopolitical Issues

The G20's economic session in São Paulo, Brazil, wrapped up on Thursday without reaching a unified document. Brazil's Finance Minister, Fernando Haddad, pointed to "geopolitical"...

Lula’s Diplomacy on Esequibo Dispute with Maduro

Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva will meet Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro. They aim to discuss Brazil's role in promoting peace in South America, focusing on the Esequibo region dispute. Lula, not anticipating a quick fix,...

Green Growth: Brazil’s Cerrado’s $72 Billion Opportunity

Brazil's Cerrado stands to gain $72 billion a year by marrying environmental conservation with sustainable food production, job creation, tourism, and green industries. A World Economic Forum report highlights the Cerrado's crucial role, contributing 60% to...

February’s Turbulent Corn Market in Brazil

February 2024 saw Brazil's corn futures on the B3 swing between R$56.30 and R$60.20, marking a tumultuous period with up to a 13.22% decline in some contracts. While the March 2024 futures remained steady at R$60.20,...

Brazil’s Yanomami Crisis Intensifies

The Yanomami, Brazil's ancient indigenous group, face an escalating humanitarian crisis. President Lula declared a national emergency, recognizing the crisis at his inauguration. However, Yanomami deaths increased in Lula's first year—363 in 2023 versus 343 in...