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Previous Close19.006
Day's Range18.95 - 19.053
52 Week Range17.9305 - 20.9584
  • Reuters9 days ago

    EMERGING MARKETS-Latam currencies mixed, Brazil stocks retreat from record highs

    Latin American currencies were mixed against a soft dollar on Monday, while stocks barring Brazil's Bovespa rose, on a day when global equities were buoyed on optimism over the resumption of U.S.-China trade talks. The dollar weakened, pressured by expectations the U.S. Federal Reserve will either pause or halt its interest rate hike cycle, propping up developing world currencies. While currencies such as the Mexican peso and the Argentine peso took some benefit from the greenback's fall, Brazil's real suffered heavy losses, declining for the first time in four sessions.

  • Reuters13 days ago

    EMERGING MARKETS-Mexican peso slips on global risk aversion, Brazil's real bucks trend

    The Mexican peso weakened on Thursday as investors sought safe haven assets on worries about slowing global economic growth, but Brazil's real bucked the trend due to expectations for policy reform by the country's new government. The real firmed 0.6 percent to a six-week peak against a weaker dollar, after rising more than 2 percent on Wednesday, as newly sworn in President Jair Bolsonaro's government took steps towards delivering promised and much needed reforms. Brazil stocks also rose, recovering from a dip in early trade, and staying at all-time high levels hit on Wednesday.

  • Reuters19 days ago

    EMERGING MARKETS-Currencies of Brazil, Mexico weaken in risk-off mood

    The Brazilian real and the Mexican peso failed to capitalize on a weakness in the dollar on Friday as risk appetite was kept at bay amid volatility in stock markets and rising trade tensions. The peso ...

  • Reuters20 days ago

    EMERGING MARKETS-Brazilian real falls against weak dollar, Mexican peso gains slightly

    The Mexican peso edged higher against a weak dollar on Thursday, while Brazil's real touched a more than two week low as investors turned to safer assets amid a relapse in stock markets and as China-U.S. ...

  • Reuters23 days ago

    EMERGING MARKETS-Mexican, Chile pesos climb against weak dollar; stocks fall

    The Mexican peso firmed on Monday and the Chilean peso broke a seven-day losing streak as worries about a partial shutdown of the United States government extending into January weighed on the dollar. ...

  • Moody's27 days ago

    Nuevo Leon, State of -- Moody's withdraws debt ratings of four enhanced loans of the State of Nuevo Leon

    Moody's de Mexico S.A. de C.V has withdrawn the Baa1 (Global Scale, local currency) and (Mexico National Scale) ratings of the MXN 800 million (original face value) enhanced loan of the State of Nuevo Leon from Multiva.

  • Moody's28 days ago

    Oaxaca, State of -- Moody's withdraws debt ratings of the MXN 2,400 million enhanced loan of the State of Oaxaca from Santander due to prepayment of outstanding balance

    Moody's de Mexico has withdrawn the Baa3 (Global Scale, local currency) and (Mexico National Scale) ratings of the MXN 2,400 million (original face value) enhanced loan of the State of Oaxaca from Santander with a maturity of 15 years. Please refer to the Moody's de México Policy for Withdrawal of Credit Ratings, available on its website, The period of time covered in the financial information used to determine Oaxaca, State Of's rating is between 01 January 2013 and 31 December 2017 (source: financial statements of the State of Oaxaca).

  • Reuterslast month

    EMERGING MARKETS-Mexican peso leads Latam currency gains; stocks slide

    Latin American currencies mostly firmed against a soft dollar on Monday, with Mexico's peso clocking its best day in nearly three weeks and stocks across Latin America fell as they were sucked into a global ...

  • Reuterslast month

    EMERGING MARKETS-Mexico's peso rises after govt budget; Brazil stocks fall

    The Mexican peso gained against a soft dollar on Monday aided by positive investor reaction to the new leftist government's debut budget, while stocks in Brazil slipped dragged by declines in shares of ...

  • Reuterslast month

    Speculators raise net long U.S. dollar bets to near 2-year high -CFTC, Reuters

    (Adds comments, details, bitcoin contracts, tabular data) By Gertrude Chavez-Dreyfuss NEW YORK, Dec 10 (Reuters) - Speculators boosted net long bets on the U.S. dollar in the latest week to their largest since late December 2016, according to calculations by Reuters and Commodity Futures Trading Commission data released on Monday. In a broader measure of dollar positioning that includes net contracts on the New Zealand dollar, Mexican peso, Brazilian real and Russian ruble, the U.S. dollar posted a net long position of $32.09 billion, compared with $30.11 billion a week earlier.

  • Moody'slast month

    Tuxpan, Municipality of (VeraCruz) -- Moody's affirms Tuxpan's B2 issuer rating, changes outlook to positive and upgrades National Scale Rating to

    Moody's de Mexico S.A. de C.V. ("Moody's") affirmed the Municipality of Tuxpan's issuer rating of B2 (Global Scale, local currency) and changed the outlook to positive from stable. At the same time Moody's upgraded to from the Mexican National Scale issuer rating of the municipality. Moody's de Mexico also affirmed the debt ratings of the municipality's MXN 220 million loan (original face value) with Banorte-Interacciones at Ba3/ (Global Scale, local currency/Mexico National Scale).

  • Reuterslast month

    EMERGING MARKETS-Global sell-off spreads to Latin America; Mexican peso hits 5-month low

    Latin American stocks and currencies were swept up in a global sell-off on Thursday as weak sentiment prevailed after the arrest of a top executive of Chinese tech giant Huawei sparked fresh concerns about ...

  • Reuterslast month

    EMERGING MARKETS-Mexican peso jumps on airport bond buyback plan, trade relief

    The Mexican peso rallied on Monday after authorities offered to buy back bonds tied to a scrapped airport project, while a trade truce between the United States and China offered relief to emerging market ...

  • Reuterslast month

    Mexican peso up after airport bond-holder report, U.S.-China trade truce

    Mexico's peso currency gained around 1.3 percent on Sunday in international trading, mostly in Asia, after local media reported there may be a solution for bond-holders tied to the financing of a scrapped airport in the capital. Earlier on Sunday, several Mexican media outlets reported that construction on the partially built Mexico City airport canceled by newly sworn-in Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador will continue pending the new government's negotiations with the project's investors. Local media cited a two-page report detailing agreements made by the group building the airport, which noted that an offer to purchase up to $1.8 billion in bonds will be offered in New York on Monday.

  • Reuterslast month

    Mexican peso up 1.2 pct after airport reports, U.S.-China trade truce

    Mexico's peso currency gained more than 1.2 percent on Sunday in international trading, mostly in Asia, after local media reported there may be a solution for bond-holders tied to the financing of the ...

  • Reuters2 months ago

    EMERGING MARKETS-Latam currencies slip, all eyes on Trump-Xi meeting

    The Mexican peso, a weather vane for trade sentiment, declined 0.9 percent, taking the MSCI index of Latin American currencies down 0.6 percent. "Investors are watchful, mainly on the meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and (Chinese President) Xi Jinping which may define the immediate future of the trade war between these two nations." The bitter tit-for-tat dispute between the two countries has dampened investor sentiment globally in recent months, and analysts are increasingly skeptical of a positive outcome from the meeting as both parties have kept up tough rhetoric.

  • Dollar strengthens, shakes off dovish Fed as G-20 summit kicks off
    MarketWatch2 months ago

    Dollar strengthens, shakes off dovish Fed as G-20 summit kicks off

    The U.S. dollar is modestly stronger on Friday, recovering from days marked by weakness on the back of dovish Fed speak, as currency traders ready themselves for a headline-heavy weekend with the G-20 summit kicking off in Buenos Aires.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    EMERGING MARKETS-Mexican peso dips on trade worries, president-elect inauguration

    Investors, concerned about a protracted U.S.-China trade war that has roiled financial assets for much of the year, played down expectations that the meeting between Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping at the G20 Summit on Saturday will resolve trade tensions between the two countries. The best-case scenario would be some sort of ceasefire," said Morten Lund, an analyst with Nordea Markets in Denmark. Market sentiment this month has been largely driven by the meeting on Saturday on concerns that a lack of resolution in trade tensions will hurt world economic sentiment.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    EMERGING MARKETS-Latam currencies advance on signs of cautious Fed

    The Mexican peso and Brazilian real climbed on Thursday, together with most of their emerging market peers, as the dollar came under pressure a day after the U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell ...

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Pemex would have to reassign funds for refinery -incoming official

    Mexican state oil company Petroleos Mexicanos would have to reassign funds to finance a refinery planned by the next government because of its heavy indebtedness, incoming Deputy Finance Minister Arturo Herrera said on Tuesday. Pemex, as the company is known, held total financial debt of $106 billion as of Sept. 30, with nearly 86 percent of it denominated in currencies other than the Mexican peso, mainly in U.S. dollars, according to its last quarterly results. President-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, who takes office on Saturday, plans to build a refinery in the Gulf of Mexico.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    EMERGING MARKETS-Real, peso retrace losses after sharp declines

    The real rose to 3.897 to the dollar on Tuesday, after Brazil's central Bank announced an auction of $2 billion on Tuesday aimed at providing liquidity to the markets at a time when companies usually send funds abroad. Companies might send dividends back to their headquarters and trading has not been super-liquid and maybe it looks a lot worse that it actually is." Investors are focused on the team that Brazilian President-elect Jair Bolsonaro is forming and specifically on the new government's efforts to reduce Brazil's high fiscal deficit, including plans for an overhaul of the pension system. The Mexican peso gained 0.5 percent, with Mexico's incoming finance minister assuring investors that he would push for a larger primary budget surplus next year.

  • Dollar bounces at start of headline-heavy week featuring Brexit, G-20
    MarketWatch2 months ago

    Dollar bounces at start of headline-heavy week featuring Brexit, G-20

    Currency investors are preparing for a headline-heavy week, as U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May works for parliamentary support for a Brexit deal and Italy softens its tone — all ahead of a Group of 20 summit at the end of the week.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    EMERGING MARKETS-Latin American FX, stocks feel global stock rout pressure

    Latin American currencies and stocks weakened on Tuesday, extending losses from the previous session as a world-wide rout in stock markets continued. The Mexican peso fell 0.5 percent against the dollar ...

  • Reuters2 months ago

    EMERGING MARKETS-Brazil stocks, real weaken; Mexican peso leads losses

    The currencies of Brazil and Mexico weakened on Monday despite the dollar dropping to two-month lows, as concerns of a slowdown in global growth and simmering U.S.-Chinese trade tensions clouded sentiment. The U.S. Federal Reserve policymakers signaled rate increases ahead but also sounded more concerned about a potential global slowdown, leading markets to suspect the central bank's tightening cycle may not have much further to run. This sent U.S. Treasury yields and the dollar lower.