Mexican elections 2018: Fund managers reveal their key predictions

Assessing the impact of a possible AMLO win

Mike Sheen
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As Mexico heads to the polls for its General Election on 1 July, Investment Week speaks to five fund managers who give their verdicts on the candidates and the potential outcomes of the vote.

As Mexico heads to the polls for its General Election on 1 July, Investment Week speaks to five fund managers who give their verdicts on the candidates and the potential outcomes of the vote. Left-wing candidate Andrés Manuel López Obrador (also known as AMLO) is a likely winner having built a commanding lead as a result of growing frustration over corruption and rising violence. Opposition candidates include Ricardo Anaya, member of the centre-right National Action Party (PAN), Antonio Meade, leader of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), and Jaime Rodríguez, an independent....

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