Mexican Business Elite on Alert: Former Presidents Calderon, Fox Lose Strength as Opposition Representatives
Powerful businessman Claudio X. Gonzalez offered a dinner with top-ranking members of the financial establishment. The implications of the García Luna case in the U.S. are of concern.
With Cristina Kirchner's return to power in Argentina, the Mexican mogul seeks to take over PointState investment fund's business. The firm is on the brink of defaulting on investors.
Argentine Foreign Minister Felipe Solá will meet with officials from the López Obrador administration. "Unless Argentina opens its car market, it is not viable," the Mexicans say.
In December it stood at 2.8% due to the decline in energy and agriculture. It strengthens the projection of further interest rate cuts.
The president reiterated Mexico's neutral position, while calling for resolving the confrontation through dialogue.
Alejandro Werner, director for the Western Hemisphere, applauded the fiscal prudence, but warned that they are waiting for "a more profound dialogue" with the Fernández administration in Argentina.
The first conflict between Spanish President Pedro Sanchez and his coalition ally Pablo Iglesias erupts one day before taking office
The Spanish president's circle is angry with Podemos after the leftist party leaked the names of the incoming ministers.
The escalation in the Middle East complicates the delicate balance that Fernández is trying to strike in order to achieve a pleasant relationship with Trump while avoiding aggravating his VP Cristina Kirchner.
The Chicago Mercantile Exchange projects that the Mexican currency will continue to gain ground in January.
King of Spain Calls for "Respect for the Constitution" as President Sánchez Negotiates with Independence Supporters
Felipe VI cited the crisis in Catalonia as one of the greatest "concerns" for the country and recalled that the Magna Carta " recognizes the territorial diversity that defines us".