The Mexican peso climbed for a fifth day in the longest rally since November after U.S. employers added jobs at the fastest pace in two years in April, boosting the outlook for Mexico’s biggest trading partner.
Brazil’s consumer prices rose less in January than economists estimated, reinforcing bets the central bank will slow the pace of interest rate increases in the world’s second-biggest emerging market. Swap rates fell.
Flight delays are significantly undercounted at some of the biggest U.S. hub airports, skewing airlines’ on-time performance statistics disclosed to travelers, according to an inspector general’s report.
Foreign direct investment in China increased at a faster pace in September, underscoring confidence in the outlook for the fastest-growing major economy and adding to pressures on the nation’s exchange rate.