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Daily Exchange: Dollar Gains Reversed, Sold at 19.15 Pesos

Euro remains the same at 21.48 pesos, the yen sold at 0.195 pesos

The dollar is being sold at up to 19.23 pesos Wednesday, photo: CAPITAL MEDIA
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2 years ago

MEXICO CITY — At the mid-day session, Mexico City banks sold the U.S. dollar for up to 19.15 pesos, five centavos less compared to its opening price, and it was acquired at a minimum purchase price of 18.37 pesos.

This afternoon, the euro reached a sale price of 21.48 pesos, unchanged from the price reported at the beginning of the day; while the yen was sold at up to 0.195 pesos per unit.

On Wednesday, the U.S. Federal Reserve left interest rates unchanged, in line with market expectations, amid concerns about the possible departure of the United Kingdom from the European Union, and by a slowdown in hiring in the United States.

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