Mexico's Economy 3.5% Growth Breaks into the Limelight

President AMLO kicks off the day with news – gas prices, Mayan Train updates, and international diplomacy. Plus, he's not a fan of grumpy neighbors, millionaire trusts, or 'untouchable' prosecutors. Mexico's economy is growing, and bridges are being built.

Mexico's Economy 3.5% Growth Breaks into the Limelight
President Andrés Manuel López Obrador explores international diplomacy during a morning conference.

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, and everyone in between – grab your conductor hats because we're about to embark on a rollercoaster of news from the colorful land of Mexico.

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, affectionately known as AMLO, kicked off the day in style with the Morning Conference from the National Palace. What did the President's morning musings entail, you ask? Well, fasten your seatbelts and get ready for the wildest news express you've ever ridden.

The day began with David Aguilar, the head of the Federal Consumer Protection Agency, Profeco, giving us the lowdown on the price of gasoline. Regular gas is priced at 22.55 pesos, while premium gas has decided to don its fanciest attire at 24.68 pesos. And let's not forget diesel, which is calmly chilling at an average of 24.03 pesos. The Mexican pumps are certainly a happening place.