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Daily Exchange: Dollar Sold at 19.05 Pesos at Midday

Euro priced down at 21.07 pesos; yen quoted at 0.203

Dollar still valued at over 19 pesos, photo: CAPITAL MEDIA
By Notimex Whatsapp Twitter Facebook Share
1 year ago

MEXICO CITY — At midday in trading the U.S. dollar was down eight centavos to 19.05 in Mexico City banks, compared to its opening price, and was purchased at a minimum of 18.23 pesos.

The euro is down eight centavos since market opening, and sold at up to 21.07 pesos. The yen is being offered at up to 0.203 pesos.

According to Ve por Más (BX+) or Go For More financial group, the foreign exchange market could prolong its negative bias.

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