Tycoon Carlos Slim's construction arm is in talks with his majority-owned construction firm FCC and rival Spanish builder Acciona to jointly bid on a coveted $3.5 billion (2.87 billion pounds) Mexico City airport terminal project, five people ... 4 Traders, 19 hours ago
Mexico stocks were higher after the close on Wednesday, as gains in the Financial Services, Materials and Telecoms Services sectors led shares higher. At the close in Mexico, the IPC added 0.80% to hit a new 1-month high. The best performers of ...Investing.com, 6 days ago Mexico stocks lower at close of trade; IPC down 0.78% Investing.com, 3 weeks ago
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According to some U.S. politicians, Mexico is booming right now at America's expense. Tryteling that to American investors who are looking at Mexican stocks.While the economy is growing, it's doing so at the expense of the Mexican Peso. The currency ...Nasdaq, 2 weeks ago
(Bloomberg) -- Billionaire Carlos Slim led a consortium that won one of the runway contracts for Mexico City's new airport, as the government handed out the first big awards for the $13 billion construction project. A unit of Slim's Grupo Carso ...La Repubblica, 1 month ago
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