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IPC MEXICO (^MXX)

Mexico - Mexico Delayed Price. Currency in MXN
51,457.55-227.31 (-0.44%)
At close: 03:16PM CST
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Previous Close51,684.86
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Day's Range0.00 - 0.00
52 Week Range
Avg. Volume192,094,429
  • Reuters

    EMERGING MARKETS-Softer dollar lifts Latam FX; S.African rand weighs on EM

    * Chile's economic activity index down 1.2% in October * Brazil's economy grows less than expected in Q3 * Latam stocks up 0.2%, currencies add 1.2% (Updates prices) By Bansari Mayur Kamdar Dec 1 (Reuters) - Most Latin American currencies rose on Thursday, aided by weakness in the dollar, while a drop in the South African rand amid rising political uncertainty weighed on broader emerging markets. Currencies in Latin America rose 1.2%, outpacing the broader emerging market currencies index , which added 0.8%.

  • Reuters

    EMERGING MARKETS-Softer dollar, strong commodities lift Latam FX; S.African rand weighs on EM

    * Chile's economic activity index down 1.2% in October * Brazil's economy grows less than expected in Q3 * Latam stocks up 1%, currencies add 1.4% * Dollar dips as Powell says Fed to go slow * S.African rand falls on panel findings against president By Bansari Mayur Kamdar Dec 1 (Reuters) - Latin American currencies extended gains on Thursday, helped by strong commodity prices and weakness in the dollar, while a dip in the South African rand amid rising political uncertainty weighed on broader emerging markets. Currencies in Latin America rose 1.4%, outpacing the broader emerging market currencies index .

  • Reuters

    EMERGING MARKETS-Most Latam currencies, stocks climb as dollar slides after Powell speech

    * Chile copper output up 2.2% in October * Peru opposition launch 3rd impeachment attempt against Castillo * EM stocks set for best monthly performance since 2009 (Updates prices) By Bansari Mayur Kamdar and Devik Jain Nov 30 (Reuters) - Most Latin American currencies and stock indexes jumped on Wednesday as commodity prices rose and dollar slid after the Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell signaled slower pace of interest-rate hikes as early as next month to battle inflation. The dollar index dropped nearly 1%. Powell said the Fed has been "pretty aggressive" already with its rate hikes and won't try to crash the economy with further sharp increases just to get price rises under control faster.

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