Mexico stock exchange temporarily suspends trading
MEXICO CITY Nov 20 (Reuters) - Mexico's stock exchange suspended trading on Tuesday at 1:34 local time, without specifying the reason for the halt in normal operations. Technical problems are often to blame in such cases.
The benchmark IPC stock index was up 0.75 percent at 41,137 points when trading was stopped.
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