Mexico stock exchange resumes trading
MEXICO CITY Oct 3 (Reuters) - Mexico's stock exchange resumed trading on Friday after declaring an "administrative" break in the morning.
The exchange resumed operations at 9:40 local time after a 20 minute halt to trades. The exchange did not immediately report the cause for the suspension. (Reporting by Jean Arce)
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