^MXX - IPC MEXICO

Mexico - Mexico Delayed Price. Currency in MXN
47,663.20
+631.93 (+1.34%)
At close: 3:16PM CDT
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Previous Close47,031.27
Open47,025.70
Volume191,757,749
Day's Range47,021.71 - 47,705.57
52 Week Range44,429.36 - 51,772.37
Avg. Volume167,090,862
  • Reuters11 hours ago

    EMERGING MARKETS-Global trade fears weigh on LatAm stocks

    World trade tensions pressured Latin America's major indexes on Thursday, falling in line with other global markets, after the European Union said it was preparing possible retaliatory measures if the ...

  • Reuters2 days ago

    EMERGING MARKETS-LatAm currencies down with eyes still on the Fed

    Latin American currencies fell against the dollar across the board on Wednesday as traders continued to focus on recent statements by key U.S. monetary policy makers. On Tuesday, U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman ...

  • Reuters2 days ago

    EMERGING MARKETS-Brazil's Bovespa rises on Fed chief's remarks

    Brazil's benchmark index rose on Tuesday to its highest level in about six weeks after the head of the U.S. Federal Reserve sounded an upbeat tone on the U.S. economy that reinforced the scenario of a ...

  • Reuters3 days ago

    EMERGING MARKETS-LatAm little changed on softer China growth, crude selloff

    (Updates prices) By Bruno Federowski BRASILIA, July 16 (Reuters) - Latin American stocks and currencies were mostly flat on Monday, as a slide in global crude prices and softer economic data in China dampened investor appetite for risk following weeks of losses. China's economy grew at a slower pace in the second quarter as efforts to contain debt hurt activity, while June factory output growth weakened to a two-year low in a worrying sign for investment and exporters as Beijing's trade war with the United States intensified. Emerging market assets have taken a beating in recent weeks amid intensifying trade tensions between the United States and China.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    EMERGING MARKETS-Latin American currencies mostly up as Chinese equities rise

    Most Latin American currencies strengthened on Friday as rising Chinese shares brought solace to investors following weeks of losses driven by escalating global trade frictions. The Colombian and Mexican ...

  • Dollar Bulls Grapple With Buyer's Remorse
    Bloomberg14 days ago

    Dollar Bulls Grapple With Buyer's Remorse

    With President Donald Trump preparing to slap tariffs on Chinese goods as soon as Friday, much of the talk in financial markets is how the outperformance of American equities relative to the rest of the world is a sign investors expect the U.S. to come out ahead in any trade war. After a spurt of strength starting in mid-April, the rally in the Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index has fizzled. The gauge of the greenback’s strength has dropped to its lowest level in three weeks and is little changed from where it was at the end of May. Some might say that the dollar was due for a pause after rallying as much as 6.51 percent since mid-April, but perhaps the reason is also that the currency still faces a stiff headwind in the form of twin budget and current-account deficits. An economic slowdown that a trade war might bring won’t help.

  • The Wall Street Journal17 days ago

    [$$] Market Uncertainty Greets Election of Mexico’s López Obrador

    MEXICO CITY—Financial markets reacted cautiously Monday to Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s decisive electoral victory as investors ponder what the country’s swing to the left will mean for economic policy. The leftist former mayor of Mexico City won more than 53% of the votes Sunday, and the coalition led by his Morena party secured majorities in both houses of congress as well as several key governorships, according to the national electoral agency. After strengthening overnight to as few as 19.64 pesos to the dollar in what currency traders described as a “euphoria rally,” the Mexican currency gave back some gains and was trading around 20.11 per dollar Monday morning.

  • Reuters20 days ago

    EMERGING MARKETS-Argentina peso resumes slide, other Latam equities rise

    After a week of relatively stability, the Argentine peso slid more than 2.5 percent on Friday, as an economic crisis marked by high inflation, wobbly growth and an outflow of capital began to bite again. ...

  • Reuters28 days ago

    Morning News Call Canadienne - Juin 22

    Pour consulter la lettre d'information; cliquez sur le lien: http://share.thomsonreuters.com/assets/newsletters/Morning_News_Call/MNCCA_FR_06222018.pdf PRINCIPAUX INDICATEURS À L’AGENDA 08:30 IPC, taux ...

  • Reuters29 days ago

    EMERGING MARKETS-Brazil real sinks, Mexico peso up on cenbank bets

    The real shed about 1 percent ahead of an announcement later on Wednesday, where Brazil's central bank was expected to hold interest rates at an all-time low of 6.50 percent despite a recent currency slump. In contrast, the Banco de Mexico is seen hiking interest rates on Thursday to a more than nine-year high of 7.75 percent in a bid to shore up the battered peso. The Mexican peso climbed over 0.8 percent, adding to a rebound from 1-1/2-year low it hit last week amid a broad dollar rally, a deadlock in talks around the NAFTA free trade deal, and nervousness ahead of Mexico's July 1 presidential election.

  • Reuterslast month

    EMERGING MARKETS-LatAm stocks rebound as traders see bargains

    Most Latin American stock markets rose on Wednesday as traders took advantage of a brief respite in geopolitical worries to buy back into oversold equities. U.S. stocks slid on Tuesday, with the Dow Jones ...

  • Reuterslast month

    EMERGING MARKETS-Pre-Fed jitters, local political worries drag on Bovespa

    Brazil's benchmark Bovespa index dropped on Wednesday under the weight of local political uncertainty and ahead of a U.S. Federal Reserve decision on interest rates this afternoon that added to market ...

  • Reuterslast month

    EMERGING MARKETS-Brazil real outperforms as central bank offsets trade woes

    The Brazilian real firmed on Monday, taking a breather from the sharp swings it saw last week on rising trade tensions overseas and the central bank's intervention to bolster the currency. The real posted its largest daily gain on Friday in a decade after central bank chief Ilan Goldfajn said the bank could offer as much as $20 billion worth of new currency swaps, which function like dollar sales for future delivery, to provide liquidity and cushion the currency's selloff earlier last week. Goldfajn's remarks helped to curb losses in the Brazilian real, which after weakening around 10 percent this year ranks as Latin America's second-worst performing currency.

  • Reuterslast month

    EMERGING MARKETS-Brazil equities slide, cenbank props up currency

    Brazilian equities extended their recent slide amid political and fiscal worries on Friday, while the country's currency reversed losses as the central bank pledged liquidity to help prop up the real. ...

  • CNBClast month

    A flood of upcoming elections around the globe could wreak havoc on the financial markets

    This year has been fraught with volatility in financial markets as investors fret over tighter monetary policy, rising inflation and tensions surrounding global trade. But another factor could make markets even more volatile: elections around the globe.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    EMERGING MARKETS-Mexico peso hits 15-mth low as Trump trade dispute hurts NAFTA hopes

    Mexico's peso slumped past 20 per dollar on Thursday after U.S. President Donald Trump kicked off a trade conflict over steel and aluminum, dealing a major blow to hopes for a quick deal to revamp the ...

  • Miner Grupo Mexico blames freight train derailments on 'sabotage'
    Reuters2 months ago

    Miner Grupo Mexico blames freight train derailments on 'sabotage'

    Mexican miner and infrastructure firm Grupo Mexico on Friday said in a statement that seven freight train derailments were due to "sabotage" and would cost the company 312 million pesos . The ...

  • Reuters2 months ago

    EMERGING MARKETS-Brazilian stocks sink amid crippling truckers' strike

    Brazil's main stock market fell to a five-month low and its real currency weakened on Friday as the fifth day of a truckers' protest over fuel prices hobbled a wide range of industries from aviation to ...

  • Reuters2 months ago

    EMERGING MARKETS-Latam markets sink on global uncertainty, Petrobras shares slide

    Brazilian stocks fell for a second day on Thursday, pressured by national oil company Petrobras, while other Latin American markets were also down after the United States canceled a North Korea summit ...

  • Reuters2 months ago

    EMERGING MARKETS-Brazil stocks dip, NAFTA talks boost Mexico peso

    (Recasts with peso gains, updates prices) By Bruno Federowski BRASILIA, May 23 (Reuters) - Brazilian stocks sank on Wednesday after comments by U.S. President Donald Trump reignited global trade worries, while Mexico's peso strengthened on news that talks have continued to rework the North American Free Trade Agreement. Brazil's benchmark Bovespa index fell nearly 2 percent as shares of state-run power company Eletrobras tumbled after lawmakers torpedoed hopes for a privatization of the company in the near future. Globally, stocks suffered after Trump signaled a new direction in U.S.-China trade talks and said any deal would need "a different structure," fueling uncertainty over current negotiations.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    EMERGING MARKETS-Brazilian real, Mexican peso dip amid selloff

    The Brazilian and Mexican currencies weakened and stocks across Latin America fell on Friday as a global emerging-market selloff drove many investors to unwind bets on stronger currencies despite increased central bank intervention. The currency weakened for a sixth straight day, capping an 11.3 percent decline since the beginning of the year that made it the second-worst performing currency in Latin America, behind only the Argentine peso. Mexico's peso also fell more than 1 percent against the dollar as leaders in the United States and Mexico threw cold water on the prospect of a quick renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).