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IMF board says needs more time to weigh data-rigging details

The International Monetary Fund says it needs more time to weigh its response to a law firm’s findings that the agency’s managing director was involved in data-rigging at the World Bank when she was a top official there Go to Source Author:

Wall Street drifts lower as jobs report sparks questions

U.S. stocks are drifting lower in afternoon trading Friday after a weak jobs report raised questions about the Federal Reserve’s timeline to pare back its immense support for the markets Go to Source Author:

More than 130 countries reach deal on corporate minimum tax

More than 130 countries have agreed on a tentative deal that would make sweeping changes to how big, multinational companies are taxed in order to deter them from stashing their profits in offshore tax havens where they pay little or no tax Go to Source Author:

UN: African children should get world’s 1st malaria vaccine

The World Health Organization has recommended that the world’s first malaria vaccine be given to children across Africa, in a move that officials hope will spur stalled efforts to curb the spread of the parasitic disease Go to Source Author: