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  1. People wear protective face masks as they look at the electronic currency board at Ferdowsi square

    Currency crisis impoverishes Iranians, strains economic defenses

    Desperate to afford her daughter's overseas university fees, 58-year-old retired Iranian teacher Maryam Hosseini withdrew all her savings from the ...
  2. FILE PHOTO: A logo of WhatsApp is pictured on a T-shirt worn by a WhatsApp-Reliance Jio representat

    Brazil central bank chief says WhatsApp payments service faces further review

    Brazil's central bank president said on Thursday that Facebook Inc messaging service WhatsApp would be allowed to launch its new payments service ...
  3. FILE PHOTO: U.S. Dollar banknotes are seen in this photo illustration

    Global dollar crunch appears over as central banks rely less on Fed backstop

    A global crunch for U.S. dollars that was a hallmark of the early moments of the coronavirus crisis appears to have passed, the latest milestone ...
  4. FILE PHOTO: Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Curitiba

    Brazil set to start QE cautiously but may need to bring out 'bazooka'

    Brazil appears set to embark cautiously on unconventional monetary policy using small interventions to tackle dysfunction in bond markets, as it ...
  5. The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Brazil

    Brazil's economy could recover in quarter four, says central bank president

    Cases of the new coronavirus in Brazil rose by 2,917 to 36,599, the health ministry said on Saturday.
  6. FILE PHOTO: The U.S. Federal Reserve Board building in Washington

    Helicopters? Bailouts? Central banks move to stem coronavirus crisis

    Central banks are pulling out all the stops to try to shield their economies from the new coronavirus pandemic, raising questions about whether ...
  7. A man walks in front the Central bank headquarters building in Brasilia

    Brazil headed for 'whatever it takes' QE as coronavirus crash looms

    Brazil's central bank could soon be forced to fire up the money printing presses if the coronavirus-fueled recession facing Latin America's ...