Mexican stock exchange resumes trading after halt
MEXICO CITY Nov 12 (Reuters) - Trading in the Mexican stock exchange resumed on Monday after halting operations for more than an hour and a half after the opening bell as traders cited technical problems.
The IPC index of leading share traded at 40,741, up 0.15 percent.
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