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    1. beyondbrics

      12 hours ago

      Building faith in Mexican politics: polygraphs and policies

      How far to trust a politician? Often a tricky subject – especially in a country like Mexico, where impunity is rife and many...

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      Opec Gulf members reach ‘consensus’

      Saudi Arabia – the leader of Opec and its largest producer – said it had “reached a consensus” with fellow Gulf producers...

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    1. Mexico: Energy

      Mexico hopes that the opening of its energy industry to private participation will pro...
    2. Mexico 2013

      Mexico’s reform plan lifts hopes for greater prosperity...
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    1. November 25, 2014

      Oil nations fail to halt fall in crude

      The price of oil fell by more than $1 a barrel after a meeting between some of the world’s largest oil-producing nations...

    2. beyondbrics

      November 25, 2014

      EM portfolio flows: bull market back again?

      Portfolio flows to emerging markets rebounded in November after several months of weakness, according to the latest EM...

    3. beyondbrics

      November 24, 2014

      Monetary policy divergence splits EM into two camps

      As Alan Beattie wrote recently, a clear divergence in monetary policy is polarising the emerging market (EM) universe. Some...

    4. FT Alphaville

      November 24, 2014

      On the hypothetical eventuality of no more petrodollars

      Imagine the scenario. It’s 2025 and the volume of home-produced oil is so great that the US is near energy independent as...

    5. November 23, 2014

      São Paulo-based exchange eyes stakes in Latin American rivals

      Brazil’s BM&FBovespa is planning to buy up to 15 per cent of every significant stock exchange operator in Latin America in...

    6. beyondbrics

      November 21, 2014

      Mexican justice: time to deliver

      It was hard to miss the massive demonstrations in Mexico City on Thursday night: tens of thousands of people marched to the...

    7. beyondbrics

      November 21, 2014

      Mexico growth: more good than bad, but forecasts still cut

      Mexico’s government has bowed to the inevitable and cut its 2014 GDP growth forecast, to between 2.1 and 2.6 per cent this...

    8. November 21, 2014

      Real’s plight tracks more than Brazil’s woes

      When the Brazilian real hit a nine-year low against the dollar a few days ago, it was easy to explain the drop in terms of...

    9. November 20, 2014

      All change: Mexico's Banorte gets new top brass after conflict

      All change: After a leadership conflict that sent shares tanking, Mexican bank Banorte, the country’s fourth biggest by...

    10. November 20, 2014

      China rail group signs $12bn Nigeria deal

      A Chinese state-owned rail company has signed the country’s largest overseas contract valued at almost $12bn, the official...

    11. November 19, 2014

      Mexico’s first lady to sell ‘White House’ family mansion

      Angélica Rivera, Mexico’s former soap star and first lady, has decided to sell the family’s contentious mansion, dubbed the...

    12. November 18, 2014

      Maviga trader with his finger on the pulses

      Not many people can tell you how many sesame seeds are on a McDonald’s Big Mac. But it is a number that Marcus Coles has on...

    13. beyondbrics

      November 18, 2014

      Brazil vs Mexico: a tale of two scandals

      Brazil and Mexico, Latin America’s two biggest economies, are engulfed in high-profile scandals that have involved their...

    14. November 17, 2014

      Foreign investors vie for licence to drill in Mexico

      For Mexico’s energy sector, poised on the cusp of historic liberalisation, there could hardly have been a worse time for oil...

    15. November 16, 2014

      VW to launch made-for-India vehicle

      Volkswagen is set to launch its first vehicle “developed uniquely for India”, as the German carmaker attempts to arrest a...

    16. beyondbrics

      November 14, 2014

      Mexico-China: confidence pays off

      Never mind that Mexico last week stripped a Chinese-led consortium of a $3.6bn bullet train tender, prompting the China...

    17. The World

      November 14, 2014

      Smart Reads 14 November 2014

      A sea patrol to help cope with a surge in the number of migrants heading for Italy via the southern Mediterranean was...

    18. November 14, 2014

      Nigeria: naira-naira land

      The Investment Corporation of Dubai has probably made better-timed investments. In September the ICD paid $300m for a...

    19. November 14, 2014

      The ‘new Mexico’ goes up in flames

      Chickens peck idly at the pavement. Carpentry and car workshops line the dingy streets where drug dealers make it dangerous...

    20. November 14, 2014

      Mexico’s powerful first ladies

      Even in macho Mexico, the adage about there being a powerful woman behind every successful man rings true. Look at Angélica...

    21. November 13, 2014

      A tax on sugary drinks helps in the diabetes fight – a little

      Soon after Mexico approved a tax on sugary fizzy drinks and junk food last year to fight an obesity epidemic, Miguel...

    22. November 13, 2014

      Mexico insures against a further oil price fall

      Mexico has spent nearly $800m to insure against a further fall in oil prices next year, locking in sale prices of the...

    23. November 13, 2014

      A touch of evil tarnishes reforms in Mexico

      Time and bitter experience have long made Mexicans inured to the corruption and complicity pervading the highest levels of...

    24. FT Alphaville

      November 12, 2014

      These aren't the oil price wars you are looking for

      A tip of the hat to Reuters’ John Kemp for directing us to the following snapfest from Reuters’ journalists reporting on...

    25. November 12, 2014

      Mexicans have had enough as Iguala galvanises opinions

      Mexico has had enough. The country’s attorney-general said as much last week at a press conference about the 43...

    26. November 12, 2014

      Mexico’s domestic energy contractors are out to seize their chances

      From cheese to polyester and engine parts, there is little Alfa does not make. The industrial conglomerate got its start in...

    27. November 12, 2014

      The way clears for modernisation of Mexico’s energy sector

      Mexico’s opening of its energy sector to private participation will probably lead to a rapid acceleration in growth of...

    28. November 12, 2014

      Petrochemicals production set for upturn with end of state monopolies

      When a long-mooted joint venture between Mexichem and Pemex to develop a vinyl chloride monomer (VCM) plant in eastern...

    29. November 12, 2014

      Opening of the Mexican energy market will attract newcomers

      Halliburton, the US oilfield services group, reported a tough year in Latin America in its latest quarterly earnings call....

    30. November 12, 2014

      Profile: Emilio Lozoya, head of Pemex

      Emilio Lozoya is in a hurry. The fresh-faced Pemex chief has a new board of directors and a focused strategy, and wants to...

    31. November 12, 2014

      Investment influx promises cheaper and greener power for Mexico

      Enrique Ochoa, the head of Mexico’s state electricity company, CFE, is a busy man. “My diary is full of meetings with...

    32. November 12, 2014

      Foreign majors eye rich returns from deepwater drilling in Gulf of Mexico

      Wajih Effendi has been based in Houston for the past two years, slowly developing the Mexico business of BG Group, an energy...

    33. November 12, 2014

      Pemex rises to the challenge of reinventing itself

      There are two things you can’t mess with, Mexicans like to joke. One is the Virgin of Guadalupe, the country’s patron saint....

    34. November 12, 2014

      Organised crime could undermine benefits of Mexico’s energy reform programme

      How much of a risk are Mexican drug lords and the country’s volatile security situation for the landmark energy reform? The...

    35. November 11, 2014

      Mexico’s move set to shake up bond market

      Mexico is ushering in the next generation of government debt with changes that could shift the balance of power away from...

    36. November 10, 2014

      Kazakhstan looks at hedging against falling oil prices

      Kazakhstan is looking at hedging the price of oil, in a sign of how the US shale revolution and recent tumble in crude...

    37. November 9, 2014

      Mexican president under fire as mansion claims fuel protests

      President Enrique Peña Nieto of Mexico was caught in a fresh storm on Sunday over claims that his personal residence is...

    38. November 8, 2014

      Hopes for missing Mexican students all but extinguished

      Hopes of finding alive the 43 Mexican students missing since clashes with police on September 26 were virtually extinguished...

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