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Will the Mexican Peso Continue to Surge in 2017?
The Mexican peso (EWW) continued to rise in July 2017, touching an 18-month high following the easing of President Donald Trump’s anti-trade rhetoric in the last few months.
Mexican Business Confidence and Improved Trade in June 2017
Economic activity in Mexico (EWW) is expected to pick up in the rest of 2017, mainly due to improved exports.
Will Rise in Inflation Impact Consumer Demand in Mexico?
Consumer prices continue to surge in Mexico (EWW), posting a rise of 6.2% year-over-year in May 2017 compared to a 5.8% rise in April 2017.
Why Mexico Registered a Large Trade Deficit in May 2017
Mexico (EWW) posted a large trade deficit of $1.1 billion in May 2017 compared to $882.9 million the previous month.
Has Mexico’s Business Confidence Improved in May 2017?
The Mexican peso gained ~1% against the US dollar (USDU) in May 2017.
Business Confidence in Mexico Is Recovering
Consumer confidence in Mexico (EWW) came crashing down in the first couple of months of 2017 amid the uncertainty of US-Mexico relations and surging inflation.
Is Economic Activity in Mexico Steady despite Trade Fears?
The Mexican economy expanded 0.6% in 1Q17, beating market expectations. Exports and private spending have continued to support growth in Mexico this year.
Will Mexico Look Past the US to Improve Economic Activity in 2017?
Trump’s anti-trade rhetoric has caused Mexican officials to consider working toward reducing the country’s reliance on the US.