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Mexico: Amlo’s ‘people power’ rattles the markets

Mexico: Amlo’s ‘people power’ rattles the markets

Are the president-elect’s promises to stage referendums on everything from infrastructure to the police a cover to consolidate power?

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Outflows from UK-focused equity funds since Brexit vote hit $1tn

Outflows from UK-focused equity funds since Brexit vote hit $1tn

Investors move their assets abroad as concerns about business uncertainty rise

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Shock Taiwan local elections result casts doubt over China policy

Shock Taiwan local elections result casts doubt over China policy

Stunning defeat for ruling party in cities throws president’s leadership into jeopardy

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Nicolas Roeg, movie director, 1928-2018

Nicolas Roeg, movie director, 1928-2018

British film-maker had a unique skill for stories of displacement

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South America’s Soccer Final Postponed After Attack on Boca Juniors Team

South America’s Soccer Final Postponed After Attack on Boca Juniors Team

The soccer game Argentina was calling “the final to end all finals” between Boca Juniors and River Plate was suspended for 24 hours on Saturday following an attack on the Boca team bus by River supporters that left the players exposed to tear gas and unable to play.

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Mexico in Talks With U.S. Over Plan to Require Migrants to Stay on Its Side of Border

Mexico in Talks With U.S. Over Plan to Require Migrants to Stay on Its Side of Border

Top advisers of Mexico’s president-elect are in talks with U.S. government officials over a plan that will require migrants seeking asylum in the U.S. to wait in Mexico while their claims are adjudicated.

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In Oil’s Huge Drop, All Signs Say Made in the U.S.A.

In Oil’s Huge Drop, All Signs Say Made in the U.S.A.

The downward spiral in oil prices is accelerating as a surge in crude production from a turbocharged U.S. petroleum industry runs into weaker global economic growth.

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Trump Faults Treasury Secretary Over Fed Pick

Trump Faults Treasury Secretary Over Fed Pick

President Trump is expressing dissatisfaction with Treasury Secretary Mnuchin, blaming him for the appointment of a Fed chairman who has been raising interest rates, a move Mr. Trump worries will jeopardize economic gains ahead of 2020.

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L.A. Dodgers Are Part of an Unorthodox $20 Billion Plan to Backstop Insurers

L.A. Dodgers Are Part of an Unorthodox $20 Billion Plan to Backstop Insurers

Dodgers Chairman Mark Walter, along with Magic Johnson and other owners, pledged personal holdings to support insurance companies connected with Guggenheim Partners. But the unusual deal doesn’t count toward the companies’ official capital cushion.

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TV Firms Promise Refunds After Bungling Woods vs. Mickelson Golf Match

TV Firms Promise Refunds After Bungling Woods vs. Mickelson Golf Match

AT&T and three other big television distributors said Saturday they would refund customers who paid to watch a showdown between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson after AT&T Inc. flubbed its live stream of the event.

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EU, U.K. to Meet for Brexit Summit After Spain Secures Reassurances Over Gibraltar

EU, U.K. to Meet for Brexit Summit After Spain Secures Reassurances Over Gibraltar

A planned summit between EU leaders and U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May will take place Sunday to endorse a negotiated Brexit deal, after Spain obtained extra guarantees over the status of Gibraltar.

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TV Firms Promise Refunds After Bungling Woods vs. Mickelson Golf Match

TV Firms Promise Refunds After Bungling Woods vs. Mickelson Golf Match

AT&T and three other big television distributors said Saturday they would refund customers who paid to watch a showdown between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson after AT&T Inc. flubbed its live stream of the event.

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EU, U.K. to Meet for Brexit Summit After Spain Secures Reassurances Over Gibraltar

EU, U.K. to Meet for Brexit Summit After Spain Secures Reassurances Over Gibraltar

A planned summit between EU leaders and U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May will take place Sunday to endorse a negotiated Brexit deal, after Spain obtained extra guarantees over the status of Gibraltar.

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Police Use Tear Gas as Thousands in Paris Defy Protest Ban

Police Use Tear Gas as Thousands in Paris Defy Protest Ban

At least 130 demonstrators were detained across the nation, including 42 in the French capital, as the country’s interior minister blames the far-right party National Rally for clashes.

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Why Democrats Have Stopped Talking About Free College

Why Democrats Have Stopped Talking About Free College

After featuring in 2016 campaigns, tuition-free college fell out of midterms messaging. The idea, while broadly popular, trails other priorities for voters—and draws skeptics. ‘The reality of the world is, nothing is free,’ said one voter.

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