Tue, Feb 11 2014
MEXICO CITY, Feb 11 - Mexican stocks rose more than 1 percent on Tuesday, lifted by a nearly 2 percent gain in telecoms giant America Movil shares.
Mon, Feb 10 2014
MEXICO CITY, Feb 10 - Mexican stocks fell more than 1 percent on Monday in line with other regional exchanges.
Wed, Jan 29 2014
MEXICO CITY, Jan 29 - Mexican stocks fell more than 1 percent on Wednesday as traders showed caution ahead of a U.S. Federal Reserve decision on its stimulus due later in the day.
Fri, Jan 24 2014
SAO PAULO, Jan 24 - Global emerging market stocks plunged on Friday as a worldwide currency selloff, worries over slower growth in China and a roll-back of U.S. monetary stimulus took Latin American stocks to a 4-1/2-year low.
* Brazil Bovespa down 1.62 pct, Mexico IPC falls 1.58 pct By Asher Levine SAO PAULO, Jan 24 - Latin American stocks tumbled to their lowest level in 4-1/2 years on Friday as investors dumped shares of banks and commodities producers amid a global sell-off of emerging markets securities and currencies. The MSCI Latin American stock index fell 2.37 percent to 2,910.06, its lowest level since July 2009. Emerging markets stocks and currencies, and to a lesser extent bonds,
Thu, Jan 23 2014
MEXICO CITY, Jan 23 - Commodities producers drove Brazil's benchmark Bovespa stock index down on Thursday following weak manufacturing data from top trade partner China and a critical assessment of Brazil's economic policy from top bond fund manager Pimco.
* Brazil Bovespa falls 0.56 pct, Mexico IPC down 0.66 pct SAO PAULO, Jan 23 - Commodities producers drove Brazil's benchmark Bovespa stock index lower on Thursday following weak manufacturing data from top trade partner China, though homebuilders lent support. Mexico's IPC index erased the previous session's gains, while Chile's bourse climbed for the second straight session. Activity in China's factory sector contracted in January for the first time in six months, a preli
Wed, Jan 22 2014
* Brazil Bovespa up 1.3 pct, Mexico IPC flat SAO PAULO, Jan 22 - Brazilian stocks rallied on Wednesday, driven higher by commodities and energy stocks, as Beijing acted to eash a cash crunch in China, the top purchaser of Brazilian exports. Both Mexico's IPC index and Chile's IPSA index were little changed. China's central bank helped cool concerns over rising bank-to-bank borrowing costs by injecting over $12 billion of cash into the market, helping lead China's CSI300
Tue, Jan 21 2014
MEXICO CITY, Jan 21 - Brazilian stocks fell to a five-month low on Tuesday, led by shares of steelmaker CSN, on concerns the company could be forced to disburse up to $3 billion to buy out partners in its Namisa iron ore unit.
* Brazil Bovespa down 0.46 pct, Mexico IPC falls 0.16 pct SAO PAULO, Jan 21 - Brazilian stocks gave up early gains on Tuesday, led by shares of steelmaker CSN, on concerns the company could be forced to disburse up to $3 billion to buy out partners in its Namisa iron ore unit. Mexico's IPC index fell for the third session in four, while Chile's bourse edged lower. After initial gains of as much as 0.8 percent, Brazil's benchmark Bovespa stock index was down 0.46 percent b
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