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Daily Exchange: Dollar Closes at 18.61 Pesos

The euro was sold at 20.99 pesos, two centavos more than on Friday, while the pound and yen were sold at 24.38 and 0.206 pesos, respectively

The U.S. dollar is being sold for 18.61 pesos, photo: Alejandro Meza
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Mexico City banks sold the dollar at 18.61 pesos at market close Monday, three centavos more than the on Friday. Banks purchased the dollar for 17.78 pesos.

The euro was sold at 20.99 pesos, two centavos more than on Friday, while the pound and yen were sold at 24.38 and 0.206 pesos, respectively.

Mexico’s Central Bank (Banxico) set the official exchange rate at 18.3023 pesos per dollar.

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