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  1. Mexico's treasury secretary resigns, cites interference

    Associated Press via Yahoo FinanceJul 10 1:45 AM

    Carlos Urzua, a longtime ally of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, did not specify who he meant. Urzua's resignation came at a sensitive time for López Obrador, who ...

  2. Carlos Urzua resigned Tuesday, citing conflicts of interest and policy disagreements within Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s administration. The first major cabinet loss since Lopez ...

  3. Drivers will not pay any commissions for use of the card, said Carlos Lopez-Moctezuma, head of open banking at BBVA.

  4. AMLO Hits Turbulence as Finance Chief’s Exit Sends Shock Waves

    Bloomberg via Yahoo FinanceJul 09 21:12 PM

    Finance Minister Carlos Urzua’s abrupt decision to quit on Tuesday was the first major cabinet loss since Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador took office in December. “I’m convinced economic ...

  5. Mexico Adds Political Infighting to Factors Weighing on the Peso

    Bloomberg via Yahoo FinanceJul 10 13:09 PM

    Finance Minister Carlos Urzua cited disagreements over policy and unsound decision making for his exit, sending the peso as much as 2.3% lower on concern President Andres Manuel Lopez ...

  6. At the heart of former finance minister Carlos Urzua's abrupt exit from the Mexican government was a dispute with President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's chief of staff, a millionaire ...

  7. Mexico’s Next Finance Chief Says Twitter Account Isn’t His

    Bloomberg via Yahoo FinanceJul 10 3:41 AM

    The account, which appeared suspended for periods on Tuesday night, never showed the blue verified check mark typical of authentic users, and its followers paled in comparison to the 110,000 for his predecessor, Carlos Urzua.

  8. His predecessor Carlos Urzua resigned on Tuesday with a letter that shocked markets by citing "extremism" in economic policy, before President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador quickly ...

  9. Gas Pipeline Tussle Casts Shadow Over Crucial Mexico Projects

    Bloomberg via Yahoo FinanceJul 09 8:00 AM

    At the heart of the dispute with companies like Canada’s TC Energy Corp. are take-or-pay contracts signed with the previous administration that saw Mexico’s state-run power utility footing the ...

  10. Mexico Peso Falls as Investors Fret Over Finance Minister's Exit

    Bloomberg via Yahoo FinanceJul 09 17:41 PM

    Urzua announced his decision on Twitter, citing conflicts of interest and policy disagreements within Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s administration. The peso fell by as much as 2.3%, before ...

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