Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks on stage next to Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto about his visit to Mexico and his take on illegal immigration.
Mexico President Enrique Peña Nieto speaks on stage next to Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, saying their meeting was to get to know each other. CNBC's Eamon Javers reports.
Mexico's economy suffers its first contraction in three years, CNBC's Seema Mody reports.
A closer look at the economic relationship between the U.S. and Mexico, with Susan Segal, the Americas Society, the Council of Americas.
A look at recent economic numbers and the likelihood of a Fed rate increase, with Deutsche Bank's Joe Lavorgna and CNBC's Steve Liesman.
A look at what Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump was hoping to accomplish by meeting with Mexico's president prior to tonight's big immigration speech.
Ahead of Wednesday's meeting between Donald Trump and Mexico's president, the GOP presidential nominee and former Mexican leader Vicente Fox traded barbs.
Donald Trump started his long-shot campaign with widely criticized comments about Mexico and has not relented. Here's a few.
Veteran Democratic Strategist David Goodfriend and CNBC contributor Sara Fagen weigh in on Donald Trump accepting an invitation to travel to Mexico to meet the country's president on Wednesday.
Former Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-Texas) and Former Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell discuss Donald Trump's meeting with Mexico President Enrique Pena Nieto ahead of his speech on immigration.
NBC's Tracie Potts reports the latest out of Washington D.C. including the news that Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump will go to Mexico to meet with President Enrique Pena Nieto ahead of his speech on immigration in Arizona.
Ahead of his speech on immigration policy, Donald Trump says he's traveling to Mexico to meet the country's president.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump tweeted on Sunday that he would make a major speech on illegal immigration in Arizona on Wednesday.
Mexico's peso currency has been unusually volatile and anti-Mexico, and protectionist talk during U.S. election season is blamed.
Standard & Poor's lowered Mexico's sovereign credit outlook to negative from stable, adding that a downgrade could happen in the next two years.
Many U.S. voters have shown this year that they're skittish on foreign trade, but two close U.S. allies are moving in the opposite direction.
The weather system slammed the coast of the Caribbean nation early Thursday before weakening into a tropical storm.
The firm warns countries in Asia and Mexico will face a negative impact in the event Donald Trumps is elected president.
A potential President Donald Trump would be almost as painful for Asia as for his usual whipping boy, Mexico, Nomura has warned.
Mexico's Deputy Finance Minister Fernando Aportela says Mexico is committed to passing the Trans-Pacific Partnership deal and build global trade ties.