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Citi to pursue IPO of Banamex business, resume ‘modest level’ of stock repurchases

Citigroup said Wednesday it will pursue an IPO of its "Banamex" consumer, small business and middle-market banking operations in Mexico.

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Breakthrough deal struck to keep drought-ravaged Colorado River — a key water source for California — flowing

A new Colorado River agreement setting out water-usage cuts for California, Arizona and Nevada was aided by a wet winter and $1.2 billion in federal payments.

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AutoZone’s stock slides 3% after earnings hit by weaker-than-expected March sales

AutoZone's stock slid 3% Tuesday, after the car-parts retailer beat profit estimates for its fiscal third quarter but sales fell short.

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U.S. Border Patrol says illegal crossings are down dramatically since lifting of Title 42 asylum restrictions

Mexico has been moving migrants to ease pressure at borders with Guatemala and U.S.

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8-year-old girl got medical help 3 times on day she died, U.S. immigration officials say

An 8-year-old girl who died last week in Border Patrol custody was seen at least three separate times by medical personnel on the day of her death — complaining of vomiting, a stomachache and later suffering what appeared ...

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I never expected to retire to Panama — but we are living ‘very comfortably’ on $1,200 a month

This couple moved from Florida without speaking much Spanish.

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G-7 guest nations reflect outreach to developing countries, worries over China, Russia

This week's summit of the Group of Seven wealthy democracies in Hiroshima will include eight other guest nations, part of a complicated, high-stakes diplomatic gambit meant to settle the world's most serious crises.

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Border crossings are down from last week’s highs following Title 42 expiration

Eyes fixed on a new U.S. government mobile app that grants 1,000 people daily an appointment to cross the border and seek asylum while living in the U.S.

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Chaos on Mexico border averted, for now, as U.S. turns a migration-rules page

The U.S. turned the page on pandemic-era immigration restrictions with relative calm at its border with Mexico as migrants adapted to strict new rules aimed at discouraging illegal crossings and awaited the promise of new ...

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Title 42 asylum restrictions expire, threatening to strain U.S. immigration system

Pandemic-related asylum restrictions that expelled migrants millions of times were lifted early Friday in a shift that threatened to put a historic strain on the nation’s beleaguered immigration system, as migrants raced ...

Markets Overview

Ticker Name Last Chg Chg %
SPMERVAL S&P MERVAL Index 346,369.01 4,699.71 1.38%
A1DOW Dow Jones Americas Index USD 956.56 -0.09 -0.01%