SAO PAULO, July 3- Swiss lender UBS AG made a whistleblower deal with Brazilian authorities investigating the suspected rigging of Brazil's currency market and will receive no punishment in the case, a local newspaper reported on Friday. Foreign exchange trading in Brazil is estimated at about $3 trillion a year, excluding swaps and derivative transactions.» Read More
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Public opinion is of value to governing politicians only when it is in line with their prevailing decision making. But the public's opinion was never asked for in the first place, when the EU decided to proceed with the great euro project. Why should it matter now?