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López Obrador, triumphant, seeks to calm nerves

Mexico's president-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador targeted private sector concerns in his first message to the country after his landslide victory on Sunday. The peso Monday reflects relative calm, and the bank sector said it is preparing an initiative for the new administration.

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