With the EWW ETF that tracks Mexican stocks falling more than 17 percent since Trump's win, the "Fast Money" traders discuss whether this indicates a buying opportunity.
Robots could displace millions of jobs with industries favoring a digital revolution at the expense of human workers, according to a UN report.
Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto says his country also seeks 'common ground' and partnership with others.
Mexico said on Wednesday it would work with Donald Trump for the benefit of both nations after his surprise U.S. election win.
Jim Cramer earlier this week advised investors to be prepared for a Donald Trump surprise victory.
The peso has become arguably the most closely watched market proxy for U.S. presidential election sentiment this year.
The GOP candidate has mobilized Hispanic voters and driven record Latino turnout that could deny him the presidency.
The markets have discounted Mexican assets because of the election but they have solid fundamentals, says Brandywine Global IM's Jack McIntyre.
Jim Cramer shared where to position money ahead of the inauguration.
A Trump victory could impact emerging market returns. But don’t do anything drastic just yet, say experts.
Russia appears to support Donald Trump, China has criticized both sides and other countries are decidedly pro-Clinton.
The Mexican peso has become the proxy for U.S. presidential election sentiment this year, and the trend was holding true on Wednesday.
Nissan will “cease production” after a zero-star crash test hosted by The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), Global NCAP and Latin NCAP.
The company sells more beer than expected in the third quarter with strong sales in Mexico, Asia and Europe.
The recent shortage of avocados force some restaurants to take guacamole off their menus.
Trade protectionism talk during the U.S. election is having a chilling effect on U.S. aerospace manufacturers eyeing Mexico.
Trump will claim a Mexican billionaire was part of a cabal dredging up allegations the Republican groped women, the WSJ reports.
The Mexican peso climbed against the dollar on Sunday evening in the lead up to the second presidential debate, but later gave back gains.
No clear winner emerged from the second U.S. presidential debate Sunday evening, based on several analysts' interpretation of market reaction.
Fredrik Nerbrand, head of global asset allocation at HSBC, casts doubt on a Fed rate hike this year and discusses his preferred investment strategy.