The U.S. economy probably shrank last quarter for the first time in three years, data this week may show.
Peru’s central bank resumed intervention in the local currency market after a three-day rally pushed the sol to its strongest level this year.
Federal Reserve policy makers meet for the first time under Chair Janet Yellen, who has pledged to continue gradual reductions in monthly bond buying as long as the U.S. economy improves.
Bondholders with judgments against Argentina can’t seize $105 million of Argentine central bank assets held at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, a federal appeals court ruled.
U.S. employers probably added more workers to payrolls in March than the 175,000 a month earlier as the jobless rate fell.