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Daily Exchange: Dollar Sold at 18.95 Pesos

Euro down one centavo to 21.05 pesos; yen makes steps up to 0.187 pesos

The U.S. dollar is being sold at up to 19.15 pesos, photo: CAPITAL MEDIA
By Notimex Whatsapp Twitter Facebook Share
2 years ago

MEXICO CITY — The U.S. dollar is being sold for up to 18.95 pesos midway through Thursday’s exchange session, rising five centavos since opening. The dollar is being bought at a minimum of 18.12 pesos.

The euro has maintained a relatively similar value, seeing a drop of one centavo to a maximum selling price of 21.05 pesos. The Japanese yen has gone up to 0.187 pesos, it’s highest selling price in recent weeks.

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