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Daily Exchange: Dollar Sells for 18.71 Pesos at Midday

The euro loses two centavos by midday, yen sells for 0.181

Pesos and cents, photo: CAPITAL MEDIA/Alejandro Meza
By Notimex Whatsapp Twitter Facebook Share
2 years ago

MEXICO CITY — The U.S. dollar sold at banks in Mexico City at a maximum price of 18.71 pesos, unchanged from the opening of the trading day, and is being purchased at a minimum of 17.91 pesos.

Meanwhile, the euro loses two centavos against its opening price at 20.80 pesos, and the yen is being offered up at 0.181 pesos.

According to Banamex, the position of the Federal Reserve with respect to the interest rate hike creates an uncertain impact on the dollar.

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