MEXICO CITY Mexico's economy likely contracted in the last three months of 2021, in what would mark a second straight quarter of negative growth and put Latin America's second-largest economy in a technical recession, a Reuters survey showed on Friday. Gross domestic product (GDP) is expected to have shrunk in the fourth quarter by 0.3% from the previous three-month period in seasonally adjusted terms, according to the median forecast of a poll of 11 analysts.
MADRID Thousands of Spanish police officers marched through Madrid on Saturday to protest against a proposed reform of a security law which they say will hamper their ability to do their work. | Video
MEXICO CITY, Nov 19 Bets that the Mexican peso
will continue to weaken have grown in recent weeks amid mounting
concerns that the U.S. Federal Reserve will hike interest rates
in efforts to combat inflation.
MADRID Marine biologist Enrique Ostale could not believe his eyes when he saw the enormous sunfish tangled in the nets of a tuna-fishing boat off the Mediterranean coast of Ceuta earlier this month. | Video
TARRAGONA, Spain Anyone who has ever leapt over a couch to prevent a party balloon from touching the living room floor can now dream of parlaying those skills into a World Cup triumph.
BUENOS AIRES/SAO PAULO/MEXICO CITY, Nov 25 (Reuters) -
B razilian stocks will reach pre-pandemic levels by the middle of
next year, but concern about the impact of a second wave of
coronavirus cases could limit the recovery, a Reuters poll
showed on Wednesday.
MADRID Spain became the first Western European country to exceed 1 million COVID-19 infections on Wednesday, doubling its tally in just six weeks despite a series of increasingly stringent measures to control the second wave of the virus.
MADRID Various European countries have used their armies for logistical support in tackling COVID-19, but hard-hit Spain is now bringing military discipline to a process that health experts say is key in stemming the spread of the pandemic: contact tracing.
MEXICO CITY Mexican scientist Mario Molina, who became his country's first winner of the Nobel Prize for Chemistry for his work on the threat to the ozone layer from chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), died on Wednesday at the age of 77.
MEXICO CITY Mexican scientist Mario Molina, who became his country's first winner of the Nobel Prize for Chemistry for his work on the threat to the ozone layer from chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), has died at the age of 77, the government said on Wednesday.