Dec. 6 (Bloomberg) -- Mexico’s international reserves rose to $141.5 billion in the week ended Dec. 2, the nation’s central bank reported today on its website.
The reserves registered a net increase of $1.86 billion, the central bank said, after falling $413 million in the week ended Nov. 25, the report showed.
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