Mexico's peso firms after US Fed hints at continued stimulus
MEXICO CITY May 22 (Reuters) - Mexico's peso strengthened in early trading on Wednesday, after testimony revealed U.S. Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke does not think it is time to rein in monetary stimulus.
Mexico's peso firmed 0.79 percent to trade at 12.2370 per dollar.
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