Mexican peso


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Synonyms for Mexican peso

the basic unit of money in Mexico

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Trump is rising in the polls and the Mexican peso is falling," Christian Lawrence, a currency market strategist at Rabobank NA in New York told Bloomberg news service.
Mexican Peso swap clearing at CME Group is an exciting innovation weve delivered for our customers, and were pleased to work with TriOptima to deliver even greater capital efficiencies to the marketplace, said Sunil Cutinho, President of CME Clearing.
The Mexican peso was the world's best performing currency against the US dollar in 2012, with a net dollar return of 12 per cent that investors who bought at my recommended rate at 14.
The Mexican peso has continued to appreciate and is a favourite of foreign exchange strategists and analysts for this year.
ALMA, the Mexican regional carrier, has ceased operations and filed for bankruptcy, citing the global economic crisis, the increase in fuel prices and the devaluation of the Mexican peso.
Mexican regional carrier ALMA has ceased operations and filed for bankruptcy, citing the global economic crisis, the increase in fuel prices and the devaluation of the Mexican peso, is suspending all operations immediately.
Brazil's real slid nearly 50% during 2002, while the Mexican peso slipped just 15% against the dollar.
Among his policy papers, the most famous is the 1994 Brookings paper that predicted the Mexican peso crisis, but that is only one of many policy papers that repays rereading.
He was also remarkably consistent--and dare I say principled--in his bailout of the Mexican peso, his resolve during the government shutdown, his promotion of tolerance and diversity; and in establishing Americorps, expanding access to higher education, and signing a welfare reform bill.
He ticks off a litany of problems affecting the Mexican industry, including the strength of the dollar compared to the Mexican peso, which is making scrap purchases more difficult.
Worst Mistake: In a campaign of 150,000 pieces mailed to Mexico, the value of the Spanish peseta was used instead of the Mexican peso when converting a price.
Through April and May, the Mexican peso traded against the dollar in a steady range between NP 7.
Despite the fall of the Mexican peso and ensuing foreign investor apprehension, the Latin American hospitality industry continues to hold many investment opportunities for the savvy investor, according to the National Real Estate, Hospitality and Consulting Practice of KPMG Peat Marwick LLP.
Though the Indian peasant rebellion in Chiapas did not cause the Mexican peso crash, the Zapatista Army of National Liberation has made Chiapas ungovernable.