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The Mexican finance ministry has offered hope for the economy to grow at over 5% this year in the wake of the coronavirus crisis, supported Full Article

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Close on the heels of the signing of the US-China phase one trade deal, the US Senate passed the revised USMCA trade agreement on Thursday, Full Article

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Leading industry associations in Mexico are concerned that the revised USMCA trade agreement could impact their exports adversely. Full Article

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US Commerce Department announced duties on structural steel imports from China and Mexico following an anti-dumping investigation. Full Article

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Mexico's central bank cut its overnight interbank rate by 0.25% to 8.00% on Thursday, for the first time in over five years Full Article

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Mexico officially ratified the USMCA trade agreement which was agreed upon by the US, Mexico and Canada to replace the previous NAFTA trade Full Article

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Mexican officials and global financial markets may be cheering that the US government has called off the proposed tariff hike on Mexico, but Full Article

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The threat of tariffs continue to hang over Mexico until the US is satisfied that it has done enough to curb the influx of illegal immigrant Full Article

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The US's decision to put off tariffs on Mexico indefinitely has certainly brought some cheer to the markets after.. Full Article

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A deteriorating market sentiment has helped Gold climb 2.1% higher so far this week, and the uptrend is only likely to continue Full Article

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Markets seem optimistic and the sentiment improves ever so slightly on the hopes that the US and Mexico would be able to work out a deal Full Article

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Mexico could potentially impose retaliatory tariffs on US imports to its country Full Article

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While most other assets including the US dollar suffer, the risk-off sentiment has helped boost demand for safe havens Full Article

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Mexico is set for another round of talks with the US in a bid to avoid the new tariffs announced by the Trump administration. Full Article

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According to economists at Goldman Sachs, the likelihood of the US imposing more tariffs on $300 billion on Chinese goods has gone up.. Full Article

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