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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.
 
30.07.19 - 07:35
Mexiko stellt milliardenschweres Konjunktur-Programm vor (Reuters)
 
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16.07.19 - 17:14
EMERGING MARKETS-Mexico′s peso dips on Pemex plan; Latam stocks rise (Reuters EN)
 
Latin American currencies were lower on Tuesday against a strong dollar, with Mexico's peso leading losses as investors tried to assess a new plan unveiled by the government for debt-laden oil firm Pemex, while equities in the region moved highe...
10.07.19 - 21:44
Oil prices jump 4.5% on U.S. crude stocks draw, Gulf of Mexico storm (Reuters EN)
 
Oil prices rose 4.5% a barrel on Wednesday to their highest level in more than a month after U.S. crude inventories shrank and as major producers cut nearly a third of offshore Gulf of Mexico production ahead of an expected storm....
10.07.19 - 21:44
UPDATE 10-Oil prices jump 4.5% on U.S. crude stocks draw, Gulf of Mexico storm (Reuters EN)
 
* Producers shut offshore output as storm forms in Gulf of Mexico (Updates prices and market activity to settlement)...
10.07.19 - 19:44
UPDATE 9-Oil up $2 on U.S. crude stocks draw, Gulf of Mexico storm (Reuters EN)
 
* Producers shut offshore output as storm forms in Gulf of Mexico (New throughout; updates prices, market activity, comments)...
10.07.19 - 19:34
Oil up $2 on U.S. crude stocks draw, Gulf of Mexico storm (Reuters EN)
 
Oil prices gained $2 a barrel on Wednesday after U.S. crude inventories shrank more than expected and as major producers evacuated rigs in the Gulf of Mexico ahead of an expected storm....
10.07.19 - 17:32
UPDATE 8-Oil jumps 3% on U.S. crude stocks draw, Gulf of Mexico storm (Reuters EN)
 
* Producers begin evacuating Gulf of Mexico rigs (New throughout, updates prices, market activity and comments; new bylines, changes dateline, previous LONDON)...
10.07.19 - 17:20
Oil jumps 3% on U.S. crude stocks draw, Gulf of Mexico storm (Reuters EN)
 
Oil prices jumped 3% on Wednesday after U.S. crude inventories shrank more than expected and as major producers evacuated rigs in the Gulf of Mexico ahead of an expected storm....
09.07.19 - 23:15
Mittelamerika: Mexikos Finanzminister Urzua tritt zurück - Besorgnis an den Finanzmärkten (Handelsblatt)
 
Grund für den Rücktritt sind Meinungsverschiedenheiten beim Thema Konjunktur. Der mexikanische Peso fiel um über zwei Prozent, an den Börsen ging es ebenfalls bergab....
09.07.19 - 22:44
GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks drop as trade dims earnings outlook; Mexican peso tumbles (Reuters EN)
 
* GRAPHIC-World FX rates in 2019: http://tmsnrt.rs/2egbfVh (Updates to close of U.S. markets)...
09.07.19 - 22:38
Stocks drop as trade dims earnings outlook; Mexican peso tumbles (Reuters EN)
 
A gauge of stock markets around the world fell on Tuesday as trade tensions weighed on the outlook for corporate earnings, while Mexico's peso tumbled after the country's finance minister resigned....
09.07.19 - 21:50
Stocks drop on cloudy earnings outlook; Mexican peso tumbles (Reuters EN)
 
A gauge of stock markets around the world fell on Tuesday as trade tensions weighed on the outlook for corporate earnings and hopes dwindled over a hefty U.S. interest rate cut, while Mexico's peso tumbled after the country's finance minister resig...
09.07.19 - 21:38
EMERGING MARKETS-Mexico peso, stocks drop after finance minister quits (Reuters EN)
 
Mexico's peso and stock market fell on Tuesday after Finance Minister Carlos Urzua quit abruptly with a scathing resignation letter, while trading volumes for the rest of region were muted, with markets closed in Brazil and Argentina. The...
09.07.19 - 21:38
GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks drop on cloudy earnings outlook; Mexican peso tumbles (Reuters EN)
 
* GRAPHIC-World FX rates in 2019: http://tmsnrt.rs/2egbfVh (Updates to mid-afternoon in U.S. markets)...
26.06.19 - 21:38
Bank stocks will soon yield more than the debt of developing countries like Mexico and Brazil (CNBC)
 
Lenders including J.P. Morgan Chase and Bank of America are widely expected to increase dividends this week....
24.06.19 - 22:38
EMERGING MARKETS-Brazil, Mexico currencies slip, Latam stocks mostly gain (Reuters EN)
 
Mexico's peso and the Brazilian real fell on Monday, while most other Latin American currencies firmed against a weaker dollar as investors awaited the G20 summit where the U.S. and Chinese presidents are expected to meet to revive trade talks. ...
11.06.19 - 18:28
MÄRKTE EUROPA/Etwas fester - Mexiko-Entspannung und China-Maßnahmen stützen (Dow Jones)
 
FRANKFURT (Dow Jones)--Mit Aufschlägen haben Europas Aktienmärkte am Dienstag den Handel beendet. Übergeordnet positiv wurde gewertet, dass US-Präsident Donald Trump die eigentlich für den Vortag geplanten Strafzölle gegen Mexiko nach einer Einigung ...
11.06.19 - 16:04
Dow Up for Seventh Day on Continued Hopes for Fed Rate Cut, Mexico Tariff Relief (The Street)
 
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11.06.19 - 15:44
US STOCKS SNAPSHOT-Wall St opens higher on China stimulus, Mexico tariff relief (Reuters EN)
 
U.S. stocks opened higher on Tuesday, edging back toward record territory, as signs of more fiscal stimulus from China and some easing of last week's tensions around Mexico buoyed investors' appetite for risk....
11.06.19 - 15:26
US STOCKS-Wall St set to open higher on China stimulus, Mexico tariff relief (Reuters EN)
 
* Futures up: Dow 0.54%, S&P 0.59%, Nasdaq 0.89% (Updates prices, adds comments)...
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