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UPDATE 4-Brazil delivers big spending freeze to regain credibility

BRASILIA/ RIO DE JANEIRO, May 22- Brazil will freeze 69.9 billion reais worth of spending on investment, education and health programs this year, limiting outlays in a bid to convince investors that President Dilma Rousseff is committed to saving the nation's investment-grade rating. Still, most analysts believe the freeze will not be enough to meet Brazil's...
Source: Reuters | By: Luciana Otoni and Alonso Soto
UPDATE 3-Brazil delivers hefty spending freeze to regain credibility

BRASILIA RIO DE JANEIRO, May 22- Brazil unveiled a spending freeze on Friday, limiting outlays to about 70 billion reais in a bid to convince investors that President Dilma Rousseff is committed to saving the nation's investment-grade rating. Still, most analysts believe it will not be enough to meet Brazil's fiscal surplus goal of 1.2 percent of gross domestic...
Source: Reuters | By: Luciana Otoni and Alonso Soto
UPDATE 2-Brazil to reveal hefty spending freeze to regain credibility

RIO DE JANEIRO, May 22- Brazil will unveil a spending freeze of 70 billion reais on Friday, a government official told Reuters, limiting outlays to convince investors that President Dilma Rousseff is committed to saving the nation's investment-grade rating. Still, most analysts believe it won't be enough to meet Brazil's fiscal surplus goal of 1.2 percent of...
Source: Reuters | By: Alonso Soto
WRAPUP 1-Germany, France usher Greece back to negotiating table

*Bundesbank chief says can't always be about buying Greece time. RIGA, May 22- European leaders told Greece on Friday to return to the negotiating table for "intensive work" to wrap up a reform agreement before cash runs out, sidestepping Athens' demand for a comprehensive, long-term solution to its troubles. The leaders offered help, but told Tsipras to get back to...
Source: Reuters | By: Renee Maltezou and Alastair Macdonald
Banks probed over automated forex deals

Trading platforms at Barclays and Deutsche Bank are being scrutinized by the DFS, Financial Times reports.
Source: Financial Times | By: Gina Chon in Washington and Ben McLannahan in New York
UPDATE 1-Brazil to unveil 70 bln reais spending freeze - govt source

RIO DE JANEIRO, May 22- Brazil's government will disclose a major spending freeze on Friday aimed at convincing investors that President Dilma Rousseff is committed to saving the nation's investment-grade debt rating. A freeze of that size would be in line with market expectations and the biggest since Rousseff took office in 2011. Most analysts believe it...
Source: Reuters | By: Alonso Soto
2 ex-Wesleyan students face US charges over drug overdoses

NEW HAVEN, Conn.- Two former Wesleyan University students pleaded not guilty Friday to federal charges they distributed synthetic party drugs that resulted in on-campus overdoses and sent 11 people to hospitals. The defendants, Zachary Kramer, 21, of Bethesda, Maryland, and Eric Lonergan, 22, of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, appeared in federal court in New Haven.
Source: The Associated Press
Shanghai shares on a tear, while Nikkei ekes out 15-year peak

Mainland shares took the limelight on Friday, with the Shanghai Composite clinching a fresh seven-year high, while markets in Japan edged up to finish the week at their highest levels in 15 years.
Source: CNBC.com | By: See Kit Tang
Red Kite co-founder plans new Orion metals fund - sources

NEW YORK/ LONDON, May 22- U.S. mining financier Oskar Lewnowski is preparing to launch a base and precious metals fund, sources say, his latest step in recreating the famed trading and investment enterprise he co-founded a decade ago, Red Kite. Two years after striking out on his own to create private equity investment firm Orion Resource Partners, the 50- year-old...
Source: Reuters | By: Josephine Mason and Clara Denina
Iron ore inquiry a 'waste of taxpayer money': Pro  

Tim Schroeders, fund manager at Pengana Capital, explains why he agrees with the Australian government's decision to walk away from an inquiry into the country's iron ore sector.
Source: CNBC.com