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USD/MXN - US Dollar Mexican Peso

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13.1371 +0.0343    (+0.26%)
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Type: Currency
Group: Exotic
Base: US Dollar
Second: Mexican Peso

  • Prev. Close: 13.1028
  • Bid/Ask: 13.1326 / 13.1416
  • Day's Range: 13.0972 - 13.1511
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Latest USD/MXN Comments

Hemant Gohil
Hemant Gohil Aug 05, 2014 01:08PM GMT
USDMXN is Buy or Sell at the current rates..kindly advice.Thnks

Urbano Alarcon
Urbano Alarcon Jul 31, 2014 06:11PM GMT
for those shortening mxm:. Although is true that it even leaded on the snp fall, you should cover soon or you will have a double whammy. Mxn will strengthen on the back of energy reforms and massive inflows. Sell now to cover at 13.00 or leave it for 12.60 by the end of the year. .
Carlos Llamas
Carlos Llamas Aug 15, 2014 03:51AM GMT
Although i do think that the mexican peso will benefit form the recent approval of the energy reform, in my opinion the market has already discounted that. Also mexican industrial production and consumer confidence have been showing signs of weakness forcing Mexico's central bank to cut it reference rate weakening the mexican currency. Banxico doesnt want a strong peso because it would hurt mexican exportations in the middle of the biggest changes n the country since the free trade agreement. On the other hand good economic data in the US should strengthen the dollar because of the market expectations for a rate increase soon. In conclusion I doubt that we will see USD/MXN below 12.85 this year. This is just my opinion. Greetings!

Ben Bernanke
Ben Bernanke Apr 01, 2014 04:37PM GMT
weak dollar
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