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.
Gina Sanchez, CEO of Chantico Global, says that "if your portfolio could vote, it would vote for Hillary Clinton."
One currency could get hit harder than the Mexican peso if Donald Trump wins, according to one pro currency trader.
Hedge funds have had a good run shorting the Mexican peso, but that country's central bank may be about to muddle what's been a favorite "long Trump" play.
The Mexican peso has room to weaken further against the dollar so traders should wait for it, says Triogem Asset Management's Tim Seymour.
If the Mexican peso is any indication, the foreign exchange market seems pretty sure Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton beat her opponent.
Republican candidate Donald Trump lashed out against China and Mexico in the first few minutes of Monday's presidential debate.
Despite Donald Trump's inflammatory comments, a key Mexican official says the country is prepared to negotiate if the GOP nominee wins.
Investors scrambling to find returns this year amid record lows for fixed-income assets have been heading south of the border.
Kevin McGeeney, CEO at SCB Group, weighs in on carbon trading - as well as Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump's respective stances on climate change.