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Trump impeachment could derail USMCA
The investigation leading to impeachment against U.S. President Donald Trump could further delay the ratification of the trade deal between Mexico, the U.S., and Canada that would replace the current North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)
The Central de Abastos launches an online store
The operations at the Central de Abastos are worth USD $9,000 million per year
Mexico is the only city in the world where these figures are dressed up as saints, doctors, football players, firefighters, among other characters
Latin America’s biggest market has been struck by fuel shortage
The fuel shortage began after President López Obrador launched a plan to fight fuel theft
Piñatas are said to have originated in China, then they were taken to Italy and Europe, and became especially popular Spain
The peso, the chief proxy for market pricing of Trump's chances, firmed to 18.455 per dollar
Pemex will be using proceeds of the new bonds to purchase for cash up to US$1.5bn of US$12.74bn in bonds maturing between 2018 and 2044.
Mexico's Finance Minister Luis Videgaray said they would intervene if they detected speculation against the peso.
It later trimmed gains to trade at 16.9795 per dollar.