Politic / Economic issues


27Feb

Europe Can Learn From Mexico’s Tequila Crisis, G-20 Host Says

European nations, struggling to end their debt crisis, should look at Latin America’s triumph over decades of financial crashes as a blueprint for resolving their woes, said officials at a summit of the world’s biggest economies in Mexico.

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27Feb

UPDATE 2-Mexico inflation eases in first half of February

Mexican price pressures were muted in the first half of February, easing the annual inflation rate to a whisker above the central bank's target ceiling, helping to anchor expectations that the bank will keep interest rates steady.

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27Feb

Mexico Peso Gains as U.S. Home Sales Boost Economic Confidence

Mexico ’s peso rose the most in a week as an improvement in U.S. home sales buoyed optimism that the expansion in the Latin American country’s biggest trade partner is strengthening.

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24Feb

Mexico's January Unemployment 4.9% Versus 5.4% Year Ago

MEXICO CITY (Dow Jones)--Mexico's unemployment fell in January from the previous month and from a year earlier, the National Statistics Institute, or Inegi, said Friday.

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24Feb

G20 finance ministers to hold talks in Mexico

G20 finance ministers and central bankers will meet this weekend in Mexico City to discuss the euro zone debt crisis and more money for the IMF following the latest rescue deal for Greece.

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24Feb

Mexico’s peso rebounds as U.S. outlook improves

Mexico’s currency is on a tear, with improving conditions in the U.S. playing a part in the peso’s near-complete rebound from last year’s sharp loss. But the country’s upcoming presidential election may serve as a headwind, analysts say.

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