A guard stands inside a bank next to a sign displaying the rate exchange of the U.S. dollar, in Mexico City, Wednesday. The value of Mexico’s currency plunged sharply after the election of President-elect Donald Trump, who has denounced the North American Free Trade Agreement that has led to billions of dollars in trade between the two nations.
A guard stands inside a bank next to a sign displaying the rate exchange of the U.S. dollar, in Mexico City, Wednesday. The value of Mexico’s currency plunged sharply after the election of President-elect Donald Trump, who has denounced the North American Free Trade Agreement that has led to billions of dollars in trade between the two nations. Marco Ugarte AP
A guard stands inside a bank next to a sign displaying the rate exchange of the U.S. dollar, in Mexico City, Wednesday. The value of Mexico’s currency plunged sharply after the election of President-elect Donald Trump, who has denounced the North American Free Trade Agreement that has led to billions of dollars in trade between the two nations. Marco Ugarte AP

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