Der IPC Index ist der wichtigste mexikanische Aktienindex. Er beinhaltet die 35 größten Aktiengesellschaften des Landes. Als Kursindex berücksichtigt er keine Dividendenzahlungen der enthaltenen Aktien mit in die Wertentwicklung ein.
Brazil's real and shares rose on
Monday, recovering after declines last week, while the
currencies of oil exporters such as the Mexican and Colombian
pesos weakened as crude prices dipped.
The real firmed 0.5 percent in early trading before
An index of Latin American stocks rose
to a more than two week closing peak on Friday, helped by solid
gains in index heavyweights Brazil and Mexico, with broad risk
sentiment buoyed by hopes of smoother U.S.-China trade.
Brazilian Finance Mi...
Most Latin American currencies firmed
against a slightly stronger dollar on Friday, while Brazil's
real weakened as President Jair Bolsonaro appealed to
leaders of five big centrist parties to back his pension reform
The real slipped ...
Most Latin American stock markets and
currencies rose on Thursday, with assets in Brazil gaining on
hopes of smooth progress on pension reform, while their Mexican
peers firmed on broadly positive political developments with the
Mexican shares led the fall for Latin
American stock markets on Tuesday as investors worried about
possible rating downgrades for a number of companies, while
currencies in the region were mixed against as strong dollar
amid higher oil prices.
Most Latin American stocks fell on
Thursday as fears about slowing global growth weighed, and while
Latin America currencies broadly softened against the dollar,
the implicit hawkishness perceived in an outlook from Mexico's
central bank support...
Latin American stocks hit a nine-month
peak during trade on Tuesday, helped by Mexican shares, while
most currencies in the region dipped against a firm dollar.
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said he would
soon announce measure...
Brazil stocks retreated from all-time
highs on Tuesday as shares of the country's largest private
lender, Itau Unibanco Holding SA, weighed, while
Mexico's peso was on course for its best day in two weeks.
Bucking a rise in broader emerging...
Latin American currencies advanced
against a weak dollar on Friday with Mexico's peso eyeing a
ninth-straight week of gains, while stocks in Chile were set to
end lower for the first time in five weeks.
The Mexican peso climbed about half a ...
Latin American stocks broadly rose on
Tuesday, with Mexico's benchmark index hitting a near two-month
high on news of expected tax cuts for companies taking the IPO
route, as global equities gained on optimism over U.S.-China
Mexico's main stock index
closed out its worst quarter in over 17 years on Monday, dragged
down by doubts about how the new leftist government will manage
the economy as well as concerns over global growth and trade....
The Mexican stock exchange
was on track on Monday to post its worst quarter in over 17
years, dragged down by doubts about how the new leftist
government will manage the economy as well as concerns over
global growth and trade....
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.
Mexico's peso strengthened 0.7 percent in...
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 equities sell-off.
The dollar fal...
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 financial companies.
The peso was half...
Most Latin American stocks rose on
Tuesday, taking heart from a perceived thaw in the U.S.-China
trade war, but cautious sentiment toward Mexico in the run-up to
the presentation of its budget pushed Mexican shares lower.