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Yellen to Restore Treasury-Fed Cooperation, With Eye on GOP

As Treasury secretary, Janet Yellen is almost certain to pursue tighter coordination with the U.S. Federal Reserve next year -- repairing recent frictions -- though observers say she will be careful to avoid any specific move that could trigger a wave of Republican protests.

Brazil Police Carry Out Probe Focused on Insurance Brokerage

Brazil’s Federal Police and Tax Agency launched 13th phase of Descarte Probe, called Canal Seguro, in order to obtain additional evidence regarding fraudulent operations used to hide the occurrence of tax evasion, active and passive corruption, fraudulent management of financial institutions, money laundering, evasion of foreign exchange and criminal association, according to statement.

A Biden Administration Should Delay Taxes, Says Hubbard

Nov.06 -- Glenn Hubbard, former chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers, says a Biden administration would be wise to delay raising taxes to focus on a recovery package because of the likelihood for bipartisan support. He joins David Westin on "Bloomberg Wall Street Week."

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