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    Venezuelan Currency Tumbles to New Lows

    The slide of Venezuela’s currency picked up steam, barreling to a new low weaker than 400 bolivares per dollar on the black market, further signaling the oil-rich but cash-strapped country’s tightening demand for hard currency.

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    Mexico Slashes Growth Outlook After Slow First Quarter

    The government of Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto cut its economic growth forecast for 2015 Thursday, signaling another disappointing year of growth ahead after a sluggish first quarter.

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    Brazil Police Make New Arrest in Petrobras Probe

    Brazil’s federal police on Thursday made a new arrest in connection with an investigation of alleged corruption involving contracts between state-run oil firm Petróleo Brasileiro SA and some of Brazil’s largest construction firms.

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    Mexico Stunned by Child’s Killing—By Children

    The killing of a 6-year-old boy, allegedly at the hands of children playing a game of kidnap, has stunned Mexico and raised questions about the effect drug-related violence is having on society.

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    China Premier Unveils Financing, Trade Pacts in Brazil

    Chinese Premier Li Keqiang unveiled billions of dollars in financing and trade agreements for Brazil’s biggest companies.

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