Mexico's peso reverses losses to hit session high after Fed
MEXICO CITY Dec 18 (Reuters) - Mexico's peso reversed losses on Wednesday to hit a session high of 12.8825 per dollar after the U.S. Federal Reserve said it would trim stimulus by $10 billion.
The currency, which gained more than 0.3 percent, had weakened initially after the announcement.
Mexico's IPC stock index rose 0.35 percent to 41902.54 points.
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