Mexican stocks fall to 4-week low, break 200-day SMA
MEXICO CITY, April 18
MEXICO CITY, April 18 (Reuters) - Mexican stocks fell sharply on Thursday after data showed a weaker pace of growth in factory activity during April in the mid-Atlantic region of the United States, Mexico's top trading partner.
The IPC stock index dropped just over 1 percent to 42,165 points, its lowest since March 20, and fell below its 200-day simple moving average.
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