Cheaper Mexican Exports May Check Trump Risk, Buffer Peso

Mexican exports are becoming increasingly competitive as the nation’s real-effective exchange rate, which measures its trade-weighted value versus a basket of peers, has declined to a 21-year low. That could counterbalance risks tied to the Trump administration’s uncertain trade policy and help steady the Mexican peso. The currency is currently in its worst selloff since the Tequila Crisis of 1994.

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