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Mexico only showed a initial signs of a “contingency plan” to continue a Donald Trump presidency.

To save a pang Mexican peso, a executive bank, famous as Banxico, lifted a pivotal seductiveness rate Thursday, citing a U.S. choosing as a categorical reason.

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“The perspective for a tellurian economy became some-more complex, among other factors, as a effect of a choosing routine carried out in a United States and a result,” Banxico officials pronounced in a statement.

Banxico lifted seductiveness rates 50 basement points, or 0.50%. Investors didn’t consider that was enough. The peso had been prosaic progressing in a day, though shortly after a proclamation it was down 1% opposite a dollar.

“The markets were awaiting rather more,” pronounced Carlos Serrano, arch Mexican economist during BBVA.

Central bank officials also cited Trump’s feat as a categorical reason behind sensitivity in batch markets. Mexico’s IPC batch marketplace is down 6% given a start of November.

Trump says that on Day 1 of his presidency, he wants to start renegotiating, or withdrawing, from NAFTA, a trade understanding between Mexico, Canada and a United States.

Related: Mexican peso falls to all-time low after Trump win

Tearing adult NAFTA would badly harm Mexico’s economy, experts believe, and such threats are a pivotal reason because Mexico’s peso has mislaid 15% of a value opposite a dollar so distant this year.

Trump has also threatened to slap a 35% tariff on products done in Mexico and sole in a United States. And he wants Mexico to compensate for a wall along a U.S.-Mexico border. Trump hinted that he competence taxation remittances sent to Mexico to compensate for a wall.

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Mexico’s executive bank governor, Agustin Carstens, attempted to ease Mexicans and investors before a election, observant he and Mexico’s financial minister, Jose Antonio Meade, had a “contingency plan” in place if Trump were elected.

But when Trump won, Mexico’s peso crashed to an all-time low and Mexican officials did not betray any actions.

Carstens’ preference to lift rates Thursday was Mexico’s initial try to prop for Trump’s presidency, something Carstens called a intensity “hurricane” before a election.

–Nick Parker contributed stating to this essay

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