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Daily Exchange: Dollar Sells for 18.65 Pesos at Midday Trading

The euro declines slightly to 20.88 pesos, yen at 0.181 pesos

The deterioration of the Mexican currency does not go unnoticed to Banxico, photo: CAPITAL MEDIA
By Notimex Whatsapp Twitter Facebook Share
2 years ago

At midday exchange in Mexico City banks, the U.S. dollar is being sold at up to 18.65 pesos, unchanged from its value at the opening of Friday’s session, while so far its minimum purchase price is 17.86 pesos.

In turn, the euro is being offered at up to 20.88 pesos, a marginal decrease of one centavo during the trading day. The yen is being sold at up to 0.181 pesos.

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