Dollar closed at 67.7750 against its opening at 68.2300.
Australia's Westpac cleared of rate rigging but bank inquiry sword stays.
Brazil truckers suspend strike, government to subsidize diesel prices.
Gold prices slip but hold above $1,300.
India state banks' bailout stumbles as losses mount.
Mexico's Pena Nieto 'optimistic' on NAFTA as country makes new offer.
Sensex provisionally ends 295 points higher with 23 components in the green.
Tamil Nadu seeks permanent closure of Vedanta's copper smelter.
Cancelled summit could bring U.S., North Korea back into crisis mode.
North Korea summit cancellation a setback to dealmaker Trump.
Brazil truckers' strike that paralyzed nation suspended for 15 days.
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North Korea threw next month’s unprecedented summit between Kim Jong Un and U.S. President Donald Trump into doubt on Wednesday, threatening weeks of diplomatic progress by saying it may reconsider if Washington insists on unilateral denuclearisation.
China’s new home prices rose in April with an increasing number of smaller cities driving broader growth, helped by state measures that allowed buyers to get around existing restrictions and economic development prospects in those centers.
Japan’s economy contracted more than expected at the start of this year, suggesting growth has peaked after the best run of expansion in decades, unwelcome news for a government struggling to get traction for its reflationary policies.
The United States is seeking a trade deal with China, White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said on Tuesday as talks between the world’s two economic powerhouses resume in Washington this week.
Mexico’s central bank said on Tuesday that it was creating a cyber security unit, following a hack on a domestic payments system at the end of April that affected Mexican banks.
Jailed Malaysian leader Anwar Ibrahim was granted a full pardon on Wednesday and walked free out of a hospital in Kuala Lumpur where he has been undergoing treatment.
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