Mexico: S&P BBB+ FC long term, A-2 (investment grade) FC short term, A (investment grade) LC Long Term, A-1 (investment grade) short term. Ratings upgraded 2013. Source: Bloomberg Professional terminal five minutes ago. I can give you Moody's, Fitch and R&I as well if you want. None suggest an economy 'in trouble'. Now **** off and stop posting **** you don't understand.
Mexico doesn't exist without American tourist dollars. The last place I would be putting money is Mexico for a long term investment. When has Mexico ever been in good shape. I have been all over Mexico and it is far anything I would consider thriving. Additionally, I would never consider investing in South America. If tomorrow Mexico had a AAA rating when hell freezes over it would still be a bad investment. Investing in a area with that many human rights issues is of no interest to me.
I couldn't care less if you use a Bloomberg terminal, it is neither the be all end all of market data nor the most expensive. There are providers like ITG, Liquidnet, etc. Bloomberg is just more advertised as it is one the cheaper higher-end providers to non-traditional markets.