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U.S. labor and consumer spending data; critical macro points for Brazil and China; Spain hosts the world’s largest food fight.
Johnson bows out of PM race; Clinton leads Trump in U.S. polls; China Development Bank IPO prices near bottom of range; Puerto Rico bill passes; 31 of 33 banks pass stress tests.
China import data suggest improving demand; Japan boosts first-quarter GDP; Rio Olympic complex raided by authorities in corruption probe.
The yen reaches appreciates against the dollar; China’s currency reserves expand; Venezuela slips deeper into the abyss; oil prices slide.
Saudi Arabia tries to drive demand by lifting lending cap; U.S. Supreme Court Justice Scalia dies, 79.
The head of the China Securities Regulatory Commission faced criticism after his agency’s circuit breaker prompted even more selling.
U.K. in preelection home stretch; Apple, Chevron, JetBlue announce earnings; Bank of Japan makes monthly announcement.
Bank of China expansion slows down while U.S. consumer inflation expected to edge up.
Bank of China subsidiary BOC International is preparing for entry into the iron ore swaps business in 2012.
New York City’s largest owner of commercial office properties SL Green Realty Corp. and development firm The Moinian Group are jointly recapitalizing a fully leased class A waterfront office tower in downtown Manhattan’s financial district.