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Daily Exchange: Dollar Closes at 21.86 Pesos

The euro fell 7 centavos to 23.46 pesos, while the pound and yen closed at 27.21 and 0.221 pesos, respectively

The dollar fell in value for the second session in a row, photo: CAPITAL MEDIA/Alejandro Meza
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The dollar fell for the second session in a row, dropping 18 centavos to close at a selling price of 21.86 pesos on Monday, at the Mexico City currency exchanges. Banks sold the dollar for a minimum of 20.67 pesos.

The euro fell 7 centavos to 23.46 pesos, while the pound and yen closed at 27.21 and 0.221 pesos, respectively.

Mexico’s Central Bank (Banxico) set the exchange rate at 21.4512 pesos per dollar.

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