Markets sweat over Mexican president’s ‘true colors’ on inauguration eve


By Dave Graham and Rodrigo Campos MEXICO CITY/NEW YORK (Reuters) – During Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s successful campaign for the Mexican presidency, his advisers met representatives of dozens of investment funds to allay fears about the leftist’s plans, saying he prized economic stability and wanted to attract foreign capital. Initially, it worked.

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