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20.4494 -0.1429    -0.69%
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Type: Currency
Group: Exotic
Base: US Dollar
Second: Mexican Peso

  • Prev. Close: 20.5923
  • Bid/Ask: 20.4459 / 20.4528
  • Day's Range: 20.4479 - 20.5987
USD/MXN 20.4494 -0.1429 -0.69%

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Prev. Close20.5923
Day's Range20.4479 - 20.5987
52 wk Range16.877 - 21.415
1-Year Return23.51%

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Candlestick Patterns

Pattern Timeframe Reliability Candles Ago Candle Time
Emerging Patterns
Inverted Hammer 15 Current
Inverted Hammer 30 Current
Harami Bearish 1M Current
Completed Patterns
Bullish Engulfing 1D 3 Dec 01, 2016
Morning Star 30 3 Dec 06, 2016 05:30AM
Bullish Engulfing 1W 4 Nov 06, 2016

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Time: Dec 06, 2016 07:08AM (GMT -5:00, DST Off)

Economic Calendar

Time Cur. Imp. Event Actual Forecast Previous
Tuesday, December 6, 2016
08:30   USD Nonfarm Productivity (QoQ) (Q3)   3.3% 3.1%
08:30   USD Trade Balance (Oct)   -41.80B -36.40B
08:30   USD Unit Labor Costs (QoQ) (Q3)   0.3% 0.3%
08:55   USD Redbook (YoY)     2.2%
08:55   USD Redbook (MoM)     0.3%
09:00   MXN Consumer Confidence (Nov)     85.9
09:00   MXN Consumer Confidence n.s.a. (Nov)     85.0
10:00   USD Factory Orders (MoM) (Oct)   2.6% 0.3%
10:00   USD Factory orders ex transportation (MoM) (Oct)     0.6%
10:00   USD IBD/TIPP Economic Optimism   52.3 51.4
11:30   USD 4-Week Bill Auction     0.365%
11:30   USD 52-Week Bill Auction     0.695%
Wednesday, December 7, 2016
07:00   USD MBA 30-Year Mortgage Rate     4.23%
07:00   USD MBA Mortgage Applications (WoW)     -9.4%
07:00   USD MBA Purchase Index     233.6
07:00   USD Mortgage Market Index     417.2
07:00   USD Mortgage Refinance Index     1,469.9
10:00   USD JOLTs Job Openings (Oct)   5.500M 5.486M
10:30   USD Crude Oil Inventories   -1.132M -0.884M
10:30   USD Crude Oil Imports     -0.035M
10:30   USD Cushing Crude Oil Inventories     2.419M
10:30   USD Distillate Fuel Production     0.136M
10:30   USD EIA Weekly Distillates Stocks   1.783M 4.957M
10:30   USD Gasoline Production     0.286M
10:30   USD Heating Oil Stockpiles     0.328M
10:30   USD Gasoline Inventories   2.177M 2.097M
15:00   USD Consumer Credit (Oct)   19.00B 19.29B

Central Banks

Federal Reserve (FED)
Current Rate 0.50%
Chairman Janet L. Yellen
Bank of Mexico (BdeM)
Current Rate 5.25%
Chairman Agustín Carstens Carstens

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Kelvin Lu
Kelvin Lu 19 hours ago
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I'm pretty surprised the markets haven't been more bullish dollar today given Trump's increasingly unstable rhetoric that escalated over the weekend (i.e. he actually tweeted about threatening businesses with tariffs that move jobs abroad). The dollar lost its momentum pretty quickly after the Sunday open and it seems like a lot of people are waiting things out. If this rhetoric continues the peso will surely break 21.3 in the near future. The guy is crazy and at this time I wouldn't bet on the peso strengthening much until he takes office and we can see what his actual policies look like. My feeling is that 20.50 will be the lower bound for a while unless the dollar corrects hard and EM currencies see a big bounce.
TheBrickie Investor
Lead_Nugget Dec 02, 2016 8:13PM GMT
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Lead_Nugget Dec 04, 2016 2:18PM GMT
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US is completely dependent on cheap labor in construction and farming. That wall might be built but only option seems to be to legalize the 15 mill illegals, but at what prize ? I recon illegals would cheer if it became possible to visit families in the south - what will the prize be ? Another spike can't be ruled out, so carefull with entry eg stop distance. Reload if so imho
Kelvin Lu
Kelvin Lu 18 hours ago
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I think with Trump a "reality-based" trade strategy is very risky because everything he does seems to be based on some distortion between what he says and what will actually happen. Given that uncertainty the markets are going to trade on face value for as long as possible since believing otherwise runs more risk than simply following the herd. Eventually, a correction seems inevitable, but I would expect the markets to wait at least 1-2 more months for Congress to weigh in before changing position. It looks like 20.57 is showing a lot of support today but DXY is losing a lot of strength so it will be interesting to see if a stronger divergence appears (like the one around 7:45 EST) or if peso will track any continued dollar weakness despite the rhetoric filled weekend by DJT. It definitely seems like this big drop off in dollar strength is driving the market more than anything else.
Alexandre Dourado
Alexandre Dourado Dec 02, 2016 6:07PM GMT
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The resignation of the governor of the Bank of Mexico, Agustin Carstens, comes at a very difficult time for the country, immersed in a great uncertainty after the victory of Donald Trump in the presidential elections of the United States...The effects of the announcement were immediately felt in the markets. The Mexican peso lost 1.02% of its value against the dollar, while the Mexican Stock Exchange fell 0.95% the previous day.
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