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EXCLUSIVE-Mexico's formula to execute annual oil hedge is ready -official

12 Jul 2019

By Anthony Esposito, Stefanie Eschenbacher and Devika Krishna Kumar

Exclusive: Mexico's formula to execute annual oil hedge is ready - official

12 Jul 2019

By Anthony Esposito, Stefanie Eschenbacher and Devika Krishna Kumar

EXCLUSIVE-Mexico's formula to execute annual oil hedge is ready -official

12 Jul 2019

By Anthony Esposito, Stefanie Eschenbacher and Devika Krishna Kumar

Dovish voices grow louder on Mexico's cautious central bank board

11 Jul 2019

MEXICO CITY The majority of the Mexican central bank's board members recommend maintaining a cautious monetary policy stance because of mixed inflation signals, minutes of its last meeting showed on Thursday, but two of the five members see signs lower rates could be justified.

Mexico's new finance minister vows fiscal calm, hews to surplus target

10 Jul 2019

MEXICO CITY Mexico's new finance minister, Arturo Herrera, vowed to extend the tight fiscal grip exerted by his predecessor, moving to restore calm after the stormy departure of his former boss from the cabinet of President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador.

Mexico's new National Guard was created to fight crime, but now it's in a face-off with migrants

07 Jul 2019

CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico A convoy of Mexican state and municipal police trucks roared along the U.S.-Mexico border in Ciudad Juarez to confront cartel gunmen, past National Guardsmen patrolling the banks of the Rio Grande River for migrants trying to cross into the United States. | Video

Mexican manufacturers demand background checks for migrant labor

03 Jul 2019

MEXICO CITY/CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has promised thousands of jobs to migrants waiting on the northern border for U.S. asylum, but some employers are refusing to hire them unless the government screens for potential criminals.

Mexican manufacturers demand background checks for migrant labor

03 Jul 2019

MEXICO CITY/CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico, July 2 (Reuters) - M exican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has promised thousands of jobs to migrants waiting on the northern border for U.S. asylum, but some employers are refusing to hire them unless the government screens for potential criminals.

Mexico national guard shows lighter touch with migrants after president's warning

26 Jun 2019

CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico Mexico's National Guard, accused of being heavy-handed in its efforts to curb migrant flows, employed a lighter touch on the U.S. border on Tuesday after President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said they did not have orders to detain migrants.

Under tariff threat, Mexico less attractive to companies avoiding China trade war

08 Jun 2019

MEXICO CITY A flood of companies eyeing Mexico as a safe haven from the U.S. trade war with China risks evaporating after President Donald Trump last week threatened to unleash tariffs on Mexico too.

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