Mexico peso weakens after cenbank shifts to easing bias
MEXICO CITY Jan 18 (Reuters) - Mexico's peso extended losses on Friday after the central bank shifted to an easing bias and warned it could be approriate to cut rates if growth worsens.
The peso was down around 0.5 percent at 12.66 per dollar.
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