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Mexican Peso continues to rebound!
Ira Epstein - IF - Thu Apr 20, 12:50PM CDT

Seems that the threats against Mexico were mostly unkept campaign promises in terms of how the Forex Markets interpreting them.

Look at the rally in the Peso to date. Could be one more thrust left before NAFTA negotiations begin. After that it would not be surprising to see the Peso pull back.


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