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Gabriela Lopez

Mexico says it has nearly completed 2017 oil hedge

Aug 16 2016

MONTERREY Mexico has nearly completed its oil hedging program for 2017, the country's finance minister said on Tuesday, adding that what is considered to be the world's biggest sovereign oil derivatives trade began in mid-June.

Mexico's Pemex to seek oil firm tie-up in Trion field: sources

Jun 09 2016

MONTERREY/MEXICO CITY Mexican state oil firm Pemex will present to its board this week its first possible deep-water tie-up with oil firms in the Trion field, according to people familiar with the matter, another major step in the opening up of its oil and gas industry.

Pemex to present board with first deep-water private sector tie-up

Jun 09 2016

MONTERREY, Mexico, June 9 Mexico's state oil company Pemex will present to its board this week its first possible deep-water tie-up with private firms, a long-awaited landmark of Mexico's energy reform that opened the sector to private investment, an energy ministry official said on Thursday.

Mexican judge orders property of ex-ruling party governor seized

Jun 03 2016

MONTERREY, Mexico A Mexican judge has ordered properties of a former state governor in the ruling party seized as part of an investigation into fraud and other crimes, putting the spotlight on political corruption ahead of local elections this weekend.

Maverick Mexico governor tips Trump to win U.S. presidency

May 04 2016

MONTERREY, Mexico A maverick Mexican state governor on Wednesday tipped presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump to win the upcoming U.S. election, likening his own shock victory last year to the billionaire's ascent.

Drug cartel battle kills 49 in northeastern Mexican prison

Feb 11 2016

MONTERREY, Mexico A battle between the feared Zetas drug cartel and rivals at a prison left 49 people dead in the northeastern Mexican city of Monterrey, authorities said on Thursday, days ahead of a planned visit by Pope Francis to another jail in Mexico's far north. | Video

Mexico boosts housing subsidy by a third despite budget cuts

Jun 12 2015

MONTERREY, Mexico Mexico's finance ministry said on Friday it would raise a subsidy for home purchases by 32 percent to 11.135 billion pesos ($723 million) to support homeownership for poor families despite budget cuts unveiled earlier this year.

Mexico boosts housing subsidy by a third despite budget cuts

Jun 12 2015

MONTERREY, Mexico, June 12 Mexico's finance ministry said on Friday it would raise a subsidy for home purchases by 32 percent to 11.135 billion pesos ($723 million) to support homeownership for poor families despite budget cuts unveiled earlier this year.

Mexican party renegade hits government with state victory

Jun 08 2015

MONTERREY, Mexico A blunt, outspoken rancher with a penchant for cowboy hats dealt a blow to the Mexican government on Sunday, inflicting a heavy defeat on the ruling party to become the first independent candidate to win a state governorship in modern Mexico.

Mexican party renegade hits government with state victory

Jun 08 2015

MONTERREY, Mexico A blunt, outspoken rancher with a penchant for cowboy hats dealt a blow to the Mexican government on Sunday, inflicting a heavy defeat on the ruling party to become the first independent candidate to win a state governorship in modern Mexico.

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