British Prime Minister David Cameron will hold talks in Scotland with the other big winner in last week’s elections, Scottish nationalist leader Nicola Sturgeon, who has already warned him it cannot be “business as usual” with Scotland.
Greece made a 750 million euros repayment to the International Monetary Fund a day ahead of schedule on Monday but it is not clear precisely how much money Athens has left in its coffers.
Brazil’s monthly inflation rate eased below 1 percent for the first time this year in April and inflation expectations for 2016 have dropped for the first time in two and a half months.
Pollsters failed dismally to predict the strength of support for Prime Minister David Cameron’s Conservatives in this week’s national election — just as happened in 1992 when John Major scored an unexpectedly decisive victory. Here’s Reuters’ take on why the polling industry got it so wrong, 23 years ago.