Mexico finance minister doesn't rule out further peso volatility
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Mexican Finance Minister Jose Antonio Meade delivers a speech at National Palace after U.S. Republican candidate Donald Trump homes in on an unexpected victory in the presidential election, in Mexico City, Mexico, November 9, 2016. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
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MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico's Finance Minister Jose Antonio Meade said on Wednesday said Mexico's peso could see further volatility ahead after it sank to a record low following the election of Donald Trump as the U.S. president.
Speaking with a group of journalists at the finance ministry in Mexico City, Meade said the finance ministry and the central bank could continue to monitor the evolution of the economy and markets to decide if they need to take any measures.
(Reporting by Ana Isabel Martinez)
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