Mexican stocks fall more than 2 pct on Syria concerns
MEXICO CITY Aug 27 (Reuters) - Mexican stocks fell more than 2 percent on Tuesday on concerns about the ongoing conflict in Syria, and a possible U.S.-led military intervention there.
The IPC stock index was down 2.14 percent at 39,557.14 points in afternoon trading.
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