Mexican stocks fall back from over 8-month high
MEXICO CITY, April 3
MEXICO CITY, April 3 (Reuters) - Mexican stocks fell sharply on Thursday, pulling back from their highest levels since late July last year, as investors cashed in on a recent surge.
The IPC stock index shed 1 percent to 40,490 points as bank Banorte lost 2.3 percent and broadcaster and pay TV giant Televisa fell 1.5 percent.
The IPC index posted its strongest month in more than a year in year in March, with around a 4.3 percent gain. (Reporting by Michael O'Boyle)
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