People pass by Citibank offices in Buenos Aires. Citibank says it will sell its direct banking operations it’s had for a century in Argentina, Brazil and Colombia at a time when the three largest economies in South America are suffering setbacks.
People pass by Citibank offices in Buenos Aires. Citibank says it will sell its direct banking operations it’s had for a century in Argentina, Brazil and Colombia at a time when the three largest economies in South America are suffering setbacks. Natacha Pisarenko AP
People pass by Citibank offices in Buenos Aires. Citibank says it will sell its direct banking operations it’s had for a century in Argentina, Brazil and Colombia at a time when the three largest economies in South America are suffering setbacks. Natacha Pisarenko AP

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  • Davos founder hopes Trump gets better 'global perspective' from visit

    Klaus Schwab, founder and Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum, said he hopes President Donald Trump's planned visit to a gathering of world decision-makers and elites in Davos, Switzerland will "provide him even better with a global perspective."