Mexico's peso slumps more than 1 pct on U.S. govt shutdown fears
MEXICO CITY Oct 3 (Reuters) - Mexico's peso weakened on Thursday more than 1 percent on fears over a prolonged government shutdown in the United States, Mexico's chief trading partner.
The peso traded at 13.2440 per dollar, the currency's weakest level since Sept. 6.
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