Tariff threat puts a damper on Mexican markets

Tariff threat puts a damper on Mexican markets

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The threat of US tariffs has muted market expectations in Mexico with large loans, IPOs and M&A deals expected to face setbacks. "We could see some transactions delayed," said a corporate finance lawyer in Mexico City. "It's a little premature to say what the exact impact will be, but this type of news does not help build a very good outlook." Mexico has seen a spurt in M&A activity so far this year, according to the lawyer, but the IPO market has not met expectations after the governmen

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