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México, país rico de Latinoamérica con salarios muy pobres  • Forbes México

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Pemex places debt for 7,500 million dollars; It has 5.1 times demand

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Pemex placed 3 billion dollars in 30-year bonds and there was participation of investors from the US, Europe, Asia, South America and the Middle East.

Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex) concluded on Thursday the placement of debt for 7,500 million dollars in the international market. The bonds, the company said, registered a subscription of 5.1 times.

The total demand for the bonds was 38 billion dollars and the issuance was attended by investors from the United States, Europe, Asia, South America and the Middle East.

The operation, which is part of the debt refinancing strategy announced Wednesday, was divided into three seven, 10 and 30 year bonds.

The national oil company placed 3 billion dollars in 30-year bonds with a yield of 7.7 percent; 3 thousand 250 million dollars in 10-year instruments and 1,250 million dollars in seven-year bonds.

These last two with interests of 6.85 and 6.5 percent, respectively.

Initially, the oil company had told investors that it was looking for between 5 billion and 6 billion dollars before launching the agreement for 7,500 million dollars based on an order book of 37 billion dollars according to people With knowledge of the transaction.

Pemex seeks to attack its debt burden on three fronts. An injection of 5 billion dollars in cash from the government this week will be used to repurchase ten series of bonds due in the next four years, according to a statement on Thursday. The proceeds from the sale of bonds will be used to refinance short-term debt, and the company also expects to launch an exchange offer aimed at dollar denominated notes with maturities between 2022 and 2048.

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The use of capital to manage the short-term reinvestment line and short-term maturity bonds is a smart move that reduces the immediate financial pressures on the company," says Andrew Stanners, chief investment officer at Aberdeen Standard Investments, which owns Pemex bonds. "It's good news for Pemex."

While markets have welcomed government support of nearly $ 10 billion this year, including the infusion of $ 5 billion this week, some Pemex observers and credit assessors say it is not enough. The company has a heavy tax burden and requires tens of billions of dollars in investment to reverse almost 15 years of production declines.

"The company needs to invest higher without further affecting its balance sheet in order to stabilize its ratings," says Lucas Aristizábal, an analyst at Fitch Ratings, which in June downgraded the company to trash. "The only way to do this is to retain the cash flow generation, but if you don't want to manage the business differently, the rating will reflect it."

One way in which the rating could stabilize is if Mexico cuts Pemex's large tax contributions in half, says Aristizábal. Additional government funds could also provide some relief. "Our rating incorporates the assumption that the government will intervene again in this way in case the need arises again," he added.

With a debt of 104 thousand 400 million dollars, Pemex is the largest borrower among all the oil companies. Fitch maintains a negative outlook on its garbage rating, and Moody’s, which rates Pemex a level above high performance, lowered its company's outlook to negative also in June.

An important concern is that the Dos Bocas refinery, an 8 billion dollar project that will be managed by Pemex, could distract the company from its main drilling business.

With information from Bloomberg.

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Felipe Calderón miente !! -Las pruebas lo contradicen

Lo que ayer escribio en su cuenta de tuiter. 👇👇

Twitter de Felipe Calderón

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Felipe Calderón, miente con total y absoluto descaro, aqui abajo ” DOCUMENTOS DE LA PGR de Calderón: ABSUELVEN Definitivamente a MOREIRA… lease, definitivamente.

DOCUMENTO INTERNO DE LA PGR

Aqui algunas de sus mentiras: Datos del desastre que fue como presidente, ladrón y espurio.

Mas de 120,000 hermanos mexicanos a la murieron por su total neglicencia.

Una desgracia, ni la guerra de Vietnam y Korea juntas en numeros de bajas.

Felipe Calderón

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Redacción mexicodigital news

Tulum, Qr. Sep/19.

The Americans will see attack on Saudi oil as an attack on them

Video of Saudi Arabia oil plant attack

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Link to video from “THE GARDIAN”

-The Americans have always blamed Iran for sustaining the Yemen conflict and in a delicate region, this attack is very dangerous.

One of the two oil facilities struck in the early hours of Saturday morning was recently described by one industry expert as the the Achilles Heel of the Saudi oil industry.

Its size and production capacity makes it a critical part of the global oil supply industry.

It’s not yet clear how much damage was caused to the two plants or for how long production will be impacted, but the Saudi oil minister confirmed overnight a temporary loss of 5.7 million barrels per day of production because of the attacks.

For context, Saudi Arabia pumped 9.8 million barrels per day in August.

The Abqaiq plant was the target of a failed al Qaeda attack in 2006. Since then it has been heavily fortified but is still vulnerable from the air, especially from drones which can bypass air defence systems.

In terms of the impact on the global market and oil supply: well, short term there may be a problem which will become clear when the markets open on Monday morning.

But longer term the gap will probably be bridged by increasing production elsewhere and by releasing reserves into the market.

The much bigger concern now is the geopolitical fallout and the consequence for regional security.

The US government is in no doubt that the Saudi drone attacks were the work of Iran.

The operation was claimed by the Yemeni Houthi rebel group but they are known to get weapons and technology from their main backer, Iran, who are suspected by other nations to use relatively low-tech ‘attack drones’ as weapons.

With cheap new technologies, small attack or ‘kamikaze’ drones are proving to be disproportionately effective when successful.

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Two weeks ago, Israel carried out what they said was a preemptive strike on fighters they said were linked to Iran’s elite Quds Force who were preparing to launch a drone from Syria (where Iran now has a strong foothold) to attack Israel.

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US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Tehran had launched an “unprecedented attack on the world’s oil supply”, adding that there was “no evidence that the drones were launched from Yemen”.

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It’s true that, geographically, the two oil refineries are closer to Iran and Iraq (where Iran has a foothold) than to Yemen

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With information from “Sky-News”, London, UK.

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By mexicodigital news

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Tulum, Qr. September 15, 2019

Gonzalo Gil-White, a wanted white collard fugitive.. by INTERPOL wants to keep operations in NYSE

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White collar Fugitive,

The son of former minister of the tresury of México :


Gonzalo Gil White,

who is wanted by Mexican and international authorities for fraud committed with the company Oro Negro, seeks to liquidate in advance a company that presides in the United States, which is called Opes Acquisition Corporation.

Gil White sent to the stock market of the American Union, a call for the shareholders of the company where he proposes to “approve the early liquidation of the company and the redemption of 100 percent of the public shares in circulation

The appointment is on September 16, at 10 am, at the offices of the Company’s lawyer, Graubard Miller, at number 405 on Lexington Avenue, 11th floor, in New York.

On September 3, the International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol) issued a red counter against the founders and partners of Oro Negro, including José Antonio Cañedo White, Miguel Ángel Villa Vargas, Carlos Enrique Williamson Nasi, Alonso del Val Echeverría and Gil White.

The red token allows managers to be searched in 194 nations.

According to data provided to the U.S. stock market, José Antonio Cañedo White has served as executive director of Opes Adquisicion Corp since July 2017.
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Opes Acquisition Corp operates as a strategic procurement company.

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The company aims to purchase several businesses and assets, through mergers, transactions in the stock exchange, acquisition of assets, purchase of shares and corporate reorganizations, according to its description in the stock market.

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The company also has offices in Mexico, which are located in Plaza Torre I, Javier Barros Sierran Numeral 540, office 103, in the Santa Fe neighborhood, in the capital of the country.
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The Mexican authorities have indicated that Cañedo White has legal residence in US soil and reported trips between the cities of Houston, Texas to Miami, Florida on July 26 and 27, 2019. It is estimated that he is still in that country where he registers Address located at:

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Brickell Travel 66W Flagler St. 8 Floor, Miami Fl. 33310

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“I would like to see you at the meeting,” concludes the letter sent by Gonzalo Gil White to shareholders dated on September 4 of this year.
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With information from NYSE, & news dispatches to: Bear-Stears Investment Capital, Inc.

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By mexicodital – news

Tulum, México

Friday september 13, 2019

Reportan asesinato en Acapulco de Erick Castillo Camarógrafo del Discovery Channel

🔴 Reportan el asesinato en Acapulco de Erick Castillo, fotógrafo de Discovery Channel

De acuerdo con distintos reportes de prensa, el también socio fundador en Cronos Pictures fue asesinado afuera de un mini súper mientras estaba con su esposa en un automóvil.

Nota,

Los que laboramos en este medio, creemos que estos actos son resultado del deterioro social que nuestro país vive, del cual culpamos en gan parte al sistema judicial en conjunto.

*Los numeros no mienten; 98.5% de impunidad, esto es de cada 100 crimenes se resulven 1.5 casos. Es mas facil delinquir que formar una empresa.

Años y decadas hemos sembrado lo que hoy cosechamos; un país sin ley, aunque no lo quieren ver así, nosotros si lo decimos;

México está en una guerra civil, nuestros datos sobre crimenes, delincuencia organizada, la no organizada, la podredumbre de corrupción dentro del gobierno, asesinatos, secuestros, extorciones, desmenbrados, ahorcados, disueltos en acido, Gobernadores ladrones de montos de $350,00,000,000 en total libertad, narcotráficantes protegidos, capturados y dejados libres, los que jamas han pisado la carcel… Esto todo esto es culpa directa de los jueces.

Twitter / Discovery Channel

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Tenemos números de guerra no declarada: 380 mil muertos, 76 mil desaparecidos muertos, y miles miles de fosas.

Es triste ver como este cáncer nos come poco a poco, creemos que el camino esta en adoptar vias como lo hicieron los países asiáticos, que efectivamente son extremadamente duras y poco ortodoxas, pero es la medicina que solicita el enfermo.

Les deseamos felices fiestas a todos!

De redacción / mexicodigital.news

AMLO’s Mexico Budget Projects Growth Exceeding Forecasts – Bloomberg markets

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador sent Congress a 2020 budget plan that assumes a growth scenario many economists see as too optimistic.

Mexico’s economy will expand 1.5% to 2.5% in 2020, according to the proposal submitted by Finance Minister Arturo Herrera ahead of Sunday night’s deadline. Analysts in a Bloomberg survey on average see an expansion of 1.5%, with none expecting growth to exceed 1.9%, which is also the International Monetary Fund’s forecast in July.

The plan calls for a primary surplus, which excludes debt interest payments, that’s equivalent to 0.7% of gross domestic product. That compares to 1% expected for 2019. Investors have been awaiting the plan to check for fiscal slippage as AMLO, as the leftist is known, balances spending on social services, security and Petroleos Mexicanos against the constraints of a stalled economy.

“Overall, a relatively fair budget, but the assumptions on growth and oil production are definitely on the optimistic side,” said Alberto Ramos, chief Latin America economist at Goldman Sachs Group Inc. “The key question for investors and markets will be whether the administration is ultimately strongly committed to deliver the 0.7% of GDP primary fiscal target or not.”

The plan foresees oil output of 1.951 million barrels per day, implying an increase of about 18% from recent levels. After years of declines, state oil company Petroleos Mexicanos, or Pemex, stabilized its production at 1.66 million barrels a day in the second quarter. The proposal includes 86 billion pesos ($4.4 billion) to help Pemex via tax breaks and other measures.

The budget is the first that AMLO will send to Congress with his full imprint. The government had just two weeks to prepare the 2019 budget after he took office in December, which also left Congress with little time to debate it.

Mexico’s lower house has until Oct. 20 to approve the revenue law, which must then be passed by the Senate by Oct. 31. The spending law, which only needs lower house approval, must be passed by Nov. 15.

Herrera and other officials had promised in recent days that the 2020 plan would be fiscally responsible and reassuring to investors. The peso was little changed at 19.5383 per dollar on Sunday night immediately after the budget plan was revealed

The government on Sunday also lowered its growth projection for this year to 0.6% to 1.2% — down from an April forecast of 1.1% to 2.1%. That’s still above the outlook of the central bank, which sees an expansion of as little as 0.2%. Policy makers cut Mexico’s benchmark interest rate last month for the first time in five years, shaving a quarter point from a decade-high 8.25%.

Even with the government’s rosy scenarios, the 4% average growth that AMLO has promised over his six years in office looks hard to attain. The finance ministry in April in a preliminary budget document had projected growth of 1.4% to 2.4% for next year as well as a primary surplus of 1.3%.

“The fiscal goals on their own may not look so bad, but the adjustment could be interpreted as a sign that the commitment to fiscal goals that AMLO has kept until now could be eroding,” said Felipe Hernandez of Bloomberg Economics. “Investors could start asking more questions.”

With Information from: Bloomberg Capital Markets, Inc. Bloomberg financial. Lehman Brothers. Nyse stock exchange. Wallstreet, New York.

By mexicodigital news Editor.

Tulum, Qr. México. September the 9th. 17:00 hrs.