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Mexico Will Hedge Oil Export Prices for Next Year, Rubio Says
Mexico plans “without a doubt" to protect the country against low crude prices for next year, Deputy Finance Minister Vanessa Rubio said in an interview, in a continuation of what’s become the world’s largest commodities hedging program.
Trump Son-In-Law Jared Kushner Agrees to Meet Senate Panel in Russia Probe
President Donald Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, has agreed to an interview with the Senate committee probing Russia's interference in the 2016 election, the first White House official to agree to speak to the panel.
In Populists vs. Establishment, the Establishment Strikes Back
Is it possible the populist tide is cresting?
Fed’s Evans: Three 2017 Rate Rises Plausible, Four Possible if Inflation Picks Up
Mar. 27 (Dow Jones) -- Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago President Charles Evans speaks in Madrid on Monday. “If I thought that I was inclined to four rate hikes for 2017, I would Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago President Charles Evans said the U.S. central bank could raise short-term interest rates four times this year if inflation picks up, but suggested lifting rates three times remains more plausible.

Global Economy
Mexico Chalks Up February Trade Surplus
Mexico registered an unexpected trade surplus in February as growth in exports outpaced that of imports thanks to higher oil prices and strong exports of manufactured goods.
Mexico Autos Output Soars as Trump Administration Settles In
The prospect of lowering the U.S. auto industry's reliance on "Made in Mexico" got thornier during the Trump administration's early days, as the amount of popular pickups and SUVs flooding in from south of the border sharply increased in January and February.
Forget Trump v. Congress. The Real Political Danger’s Still in Europe
Politics has been a big driver of markets, but investors may be worrying about the wrong politics. Squabbling over health care hurts the chance of a big U.S. tax cut, and the neurotic can find plenty to fear in the French presidential election . Much less attention has been paid to the biggest political threat on the horizon for investors: Italy.

Avianca Holdings Sues Large Minority Shareholder in Colombian Flag Airline
Avianca Holdings SA, one of the largest airlines in Latin America, on Monday sued a large minority shareholder that is seeking to block the Colombian flag carrier from completing a strategic partnership with United Continental Holdings Inc.

Dollar Falls to Lowest Level Since November
The dollar fell to its lowest level Monday since November amid rising doubts that the White House will be able to push through promised tax cuts and infrastructure spending after failing to repeal the Affordable Care Act last week.

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