Sentido Comun - Consumer prices rose 0.07 percent in April, up less than expected by economists, and comparable to annual inflation at a level of 4.65 percent, which is below the 6.72 percent it reached at the end of the first half of April.
Sentido Comun - The Ministry of Agriculture reported that evidence from a farm in the town of Palmar de Bravo, in the state of Puebla, tested positive for avian influenza virus H7N3, which caused the activation of various measures to prevent the spread of the disease.
AP - The Vatican's culture minister says Mexico's folk Death Saint is a blasphemous symbol that shouldn't be part of any religion. The Santa Muerte is a skeletal figure of a cloaked woman with a scythe. It is worshipped both by drug dealers and those they terrify.
AP - Authorities in northern Mexico say three police officers working for Interpol in Mexico and a federal investigator have been missing since Monday. The officers, all Mexican citizens, were last seen in Chihuahua city.
NYT - The latest hot spot for sea turtle trouble is Magdalena Bay, an 870-square-mile haven for whales, dolphins, sea birds and five species of sea turtles tucked along the Pacific coast of Mexico’s Baja Peninsula north of the tourist hub of Cabo San Lucas.
Bloomberg - Mexican central bank policymakers, who cut the benchmark rate this year for the first time since 2009, said they will take into account the lax monetary policies being carried out in other countries in future decisions.
ScienceInsider - Perched on the summit of a dormant volcano in Puebla, the Large Millimeter Telescope (LMT), due to a binational cooperation, is about to begin its first scientific observation season.
ESPN.com - Former middleweight titlist Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. will be back in action Aug. 3, in Mexico City. His likely opponent is England's Martin Murray, who lost a close decision challenging champion Sergio Martinez in Martinez's Argentina homecoming fight.
Reuters - Mexico's peso gained late on Wednesday after Fitch upgraded the country's credit rating by one notch, boosting the appeal of Mexican assets, while steady global appetite for risk supported the Brazilian real.
Financial Times - Mexico’s centrist government announced it would send a financial reform bill to Congress that seeks to boost economic growth by making it easier and cheaper for companies to access credit.