Mexico stocks sink to over 3-week low as global markets fall
MEXICO CITY, April 17
MEXICO CITY, April 17 (Reuters) - Mexican stocks fell to their lowest levels in more than three weeks on Wednesday, tracking a slump in commodities prices and shares on Wall Street after disappointing earnings.
The IPC stock index shed just over 1 percent to hit 42,769, its lowest intraday level since late March.
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