Mexico's stock market swoon is prompting U.S. bankers to reassess their business prospects in the burgeoning nation.

The 15% slump in equity prices this year has shadowed new offerings. That means less business for U.S. commercial and investment banks, which have taken the lead in bringing Mexican borrowers to the international capital markets for the past two years.

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