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Daily Exchange: Dollar Up to 19.02 pesos

The euro declined four centavos to close at 20.74 pesos, while the pound and yen closed at 23.21 pesos and 0.207 pesos, respectively

The dollar closed at 19.02 pesos on Thursday, Oct. 20, photo: CAPITAL MEDIA/Alejandro Meza
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The dollar closed at a selling price of 19.02 pesos on Thursday, a three-centavo rise from Wednesday. Banks purchased the dollar for a minimum of 17.83 pesos.

The euro declined four centavos to close at 20.74 pesos, while the pound and yen closed at 23.21 pesos and 0.207 pesos, respectively.

Mexico’s central bank (Banxico) set the official exchange rate at 18.5945 pesos per dollar.

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