America Movil’s financial management and market positioning surely contribute to its stock performance, but equally important is the relationship between the Mexican peso and the U.S. dollar. Of all the major Mexican ADRs, America Movil, and the iShares Mexico ETF EWW most closely mirror the USDMXN currency pair, which a simple 5 year chart makes rather clear (Cemex and Homex are of course in far worse shape due in part to their concentration in real estate):
In addition to the clear correlation of both America Movil and EWW to the peso, the more significant takeaway from this chart is that both securities underperform peso weakness to a much greater extent than they outperform peso strength. Given this apparent reality, examining the peso’s behavior should provide some indication of what to expect for both and going forward.
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