- EMERGING MARKETS-Latam stocks rise on hopes of stimulus; currencies fall
Latin American stocks broadly rose on
Monday as signs of stimulus for major economies lifted global
sentiment, while currencies in the region were dented by a
Stocks in Mexico led the charge climbing 0.6% as a
rebound in global equities from a brutal sell-off last week and
- At least four rookies on International Presidents Cup team
The International team for December's Presidents Cup will have at least four first-time players, after Mexico's Abraham Ancer, China's Li Haotong, Taiwan's C.T. Pan and Australian Cameron Smith all qualified for the team on Sunday.
- Mexico begins busing migrants to southern border as they await asylum trials
Mexico is sending some of the 30,000 Central American migrants vying for asylum in the United States on 750-mile bus rides — all the way back to southern Mexico, officials said. The “Remain in Mexico” program pushed by the Trump administration has forced thousands of asylum seekers back to Mexico to wait months to get...
- Ex-UFC champ Cain Velasquez to wrestle at Garden
Cain Velasquez is coming to New York to fight — in a wrestling ring. The former UFC heavyweight champion turned wrestler has signed to be a part of Mexico-based promotion Lucha Libre AAA’s two shows in the United States this year, according to ESPN. That includes the Sept. 15 event at Madison Square Garden’s Hulu...
- Inside the new Border Patrol tent facility for migrants in Tornillo, Texas
At the end of last year, nearly 3,000 children were being housed in rows of small brown tents on this site just a few yards from the southwest border with Mexico. The controversial temporary shelter for unaccompanied minors, which closed in January, was at the center of several protests. And the controversy wasn't confined to that one facility.
- Mexico's president is just beginning his 'Fourth Transformation' of the country
It was early April 2018. The Mexican presidential campaigns were heating up and Andr�s Manuel L�pez Obrador, running for the third time for the highest office in the land, sounded defiant. Donald Trump's foreign policy was "wrong," he told supporters at a rally in Ciudad Ju�rez, across the border from El Paso, Texas. He also denounced what he called the US president's "derogatory attitude towards Mexicans."
- The transformation of Mexico under leftist nationalist AMLO
It was early April 2018. The Mexican presidential campaigns were heating up and Andrés Manuel López Obrador, running for the third time for the highest office in the land, sounded defiant. Donald Trump's foreign policy was "wrong," he told supporters at a rally in Ciudad Juárez, across the border from El Paso, Texas. He also denounced what he called the US president's "derogatory attitude towards Mexicans."
- Mexico's main stock exchange extends gains, rises by more than 1%
Mexico's main stock exchange
S&P/BMV IPC, which is composed of the country's 35 most
liquid companies, on Friday extended gains and rose by more than
1% after five consecutive days of losses.
(Reporting by Abraham Gonzalez; Writing by Stefanie
Editing by Chizu Nomiyama)
- Mexico central bank governor says core inflation a 'challenge'
Mexican central bank
Governor Alejandro Diaz de Leon sees core inflation as a
'challenge' and said the bank will consider new information over
the coming weeks before taking further monetary policy actions,
he told Reuters in an interview on Thursday.
- EMERGING MARKETS-Argentine peso jumps after heavy losses, Mexico central bank cuts rates
Argentina's peso jumped nearly 5% on
Thursday ending a punishing three-day rout, while Mexico's peso
rose after the country's central bank cut its key rate
for the first time in more than 5 years.
The Argentine peso closed at 57.4 pesos per
dollar on signs that the country's president and his main
opposition rival were determined to control an economic crisis
sparked by a shock primary-election result that wiped out around
- Mexico’s president wants to extradite El Paso shooting suspect Patrick Crusius
Mexico’s president wants Patrick Crusius — accused of slaughtering 22 people at an El Paso Walmart — extradited and tried there as well as in the US, he announced this week. President Andrés Manuel López Obrador made the call during a Wednesday speech in the southern state of Oaxaca. Crusius, 21, told authorities he was...
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