Mexican Peso To Face Post-Election Hurdles


Kevin Daly, an emerging market strategist with Standard & Poor’s MMS in London, looks at the implications for the peso of the presidential and congressional elections in Mexico on July 2.

As Mexico edges closer to the July presidential vote, the scope for continued volatility on the peso (MXN) will remain fully intact. Moreover, the MXN will also be vulnerable to further bouts of weakness in the aftermath of the election, since neither the ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) nor the

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