Mexico stock exchange suspends trading shortly after open
MEXICO CITY Feb 26 (Reuters) - Mexico's stock exchange suspended trading shortly after opening on Friday and a source at the bourse said it was unclear how long it would take to resume operations.
Traders said there appeared to be a technical problem at the exchange, but official spokesmen were not immediately available.
The benchmark IPC stock index registered a 0.06 percent gain before the trading halt. (Reporting by Cyntia Barrera; Editing by Dave Graham)
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