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(Michael Molinski is a senior economist at Trendline Economics. He’s worked for Fidelity, Charles Schwab and Wells Fargo, and previously as a foreign correspondent and editor for Bloomberg News and MarketWatch.)
CABO SAN LUCAS, Mexico (Callaway Climate Insights) — Guillermo Miranda watches over a beach that no longer exists. He shakes his head in frustration. “We used to have a very nice beach until about three months ago when the storms came in.”
He is referring to the series of unprecedented hurricanes and tropical storms that have battered Cabo San Lucas since early July.
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