Wednesday, 29 January 2014

The State of the Union and other American (North and South) newspaper front pages Wednesday 29 January

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Más penado robar vacas que violar a un niño ¿QUIÉN PODRÁ DEFENDERLOS? -More punishable to steal cows that raping a child – who can defend them?

For Justice in these lands, it would seem more serious to steal a cow that raping a child. Unless that is stipulated in the Criminal Code of the State of Coahuila, establishing stronger penalties for the cattle rustling that for child abuse. The State Penal Code provides for sentences up to 12 years in prison who steal head of cattle, while for who abused a minor more sentence is nine years.
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Se agilizó la venta de dólares, pero volvió a subir el blue – Was streamlined the sale of dollars, but it went back up the blue
There were 21.862 operations, compared the 235 from yesterday; the system ran at nearly all banks; doubts by 20% surcharge; parallel, to $12.55; another sharp decline in reservations: 188 million.
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Emergentes elevam juros para acalmar mercados – Emerging interest amounting to calm markets
After three trading sessions of decline, emerging markets have had one day of relief with the increase in interest in India and the expectation of a similar measure in Turkey, which occured at night. The Indian benchmark climbed 0.25 point. In Turkey, where there are several rates, the rise reached 5.5 percentage points. Reversing trend of recent days, 17 of the 24 major moedasemergentes if valued against the dollar. The real, however, was the currency lost value. The dollar was quoted at R $ 2,427, on the sixth day in a row of high and highest value since August. Still, the Sao Paulo Stock Exchange was discharged of 0.29%. For analysts, the increase in interest in emerging, as was done in Brazil, is a good thing but tardy and limited effect. Confidence in these countries is still upset with the expectation that the u.s. will continue to reduce its economic stimulus program. The Fed’s decision to leave today.
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