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Daily Exchange: Dollar Continues to Rise, Sold at 19.10 Pesos

Euro rises 28 centavos to 21.11 pesos, British pound at 24.82 pesos and yen maxes out at 0.204

The dollar rises in Tuesday trading in Mexico City, photo: CAPITAL MEDIA
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1 year ago

MEXICO CITY — At the close of the exchange session Tuesday, Mexico City banks sold the U.S. dollar at up to 19.10 pesos, an increase of 40 centavos from the previous day’s close, and it was purchased at a minimum of 18.29 pesos.

The euro was offered at up to 21.11 pesos, rising 28 centavos since the previous session, while the British pound sterling closed up at 24.82 pesos. The yen reached a maximum sale price of 0.204 pesos per unit.

Mexico’s Central Bank (Banxico) placed the exchange rate to settle liabilities denominated in foreign currency payable in Mexico at 18.7536 pesos.

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