Mexican stocks slump to over one-month low
MEXICO CITY Nov 7 (Reuters) - Mexican stocks fell to their lowest in just over a month on Wednesday, tracking a steep drop on Wall Street a day after the re-election of U.S. President Barack Obama.
Mexico's IPC stock index fell 1.26 percent to 41,195 points, its lowest since Oct. 4, breaking through support at 41,400.
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