USD/MXN - US Dollar Mexican Peso

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16.6277 +0.0672    +0.41%
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Type: Currency
Group: Exotic
Base: US Dollar
Second: Mexican Peso

  • Prev. Close: 16.5605
  • Bid/Ask: 16.6187 / 16.6367
  • Day's Range: 16.5412 - 16.6314
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USD/MXN 16.6277 +0.0672 +0.41%
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Mario Beneti
Mario Beneti Mar 06, 2015 2:49PM GMT
THANK YOU ... PENA NIETO ... thank you. You are SUCH A STINKY LOSER. Look what you did in just 1 year of being president . Congratulations you Loser with your STINKY tv actress. This is the REAL RESULT of your work. AND YOU WERENT even EASING like the other countries EURUSD, AUDUSD,GBPUSD... this is a "STRONG" MXN ? lol what a JOKE you are.
Mario Beneti
Mario Beneti Mar 06, 2015 2:50PM GMT
USDMXN went from 13.40 to 15.40 in just 1 year of PENA nieto being president of mexico. AND IT WAS NOT THE RESULT OF "EASING". it was a "STRONG" country with STRONG mexican currency. HAHA .. JOKE pena nieto.
Carlos Llamas
Carlos Llamas Mar 10, 2015 4:22PM GMT
Hey Mario, how are you? I think you sould read this, I really liked this article (Its in spanichs though). Greetings!.
Mario Beneti
Mario Beneti Mar 20, 2015 4:49AM GMT
Carlos buenas tardes, Mira indudablemente los medios en mexico estan controlados por el dinero. yo lo se de buena fuente. Una amiga cercana en mexico trabaja para un grupo de empresarios del grupo de slim , garza sada, salinas pliego etc ... y ella me ha comentado que siempre llegan los Periodistas con ellos antes de publicar culquier noticia. Me explico lo mal que esta ? Solo publican lo que ellos quieren que se publique para ocasionar cierta reaccion y ellos tener ventaja de esa reaccion. Bueno ahora pues. Lo mismo ocurre en television, vaya los medios son practicamente subditos permanentes del gobierno. Te explico que desde que tomo posesion Pena Nieto, el dolar estaba a 12.8276 , y al LO MAS ALTO en este 2015 que ha llegado en lo que va del 2015 es en marzo alrededor de 15.6679 . lo que nos da una Depreciacion del Peso con respecto al dolar de 22 % . Ahora bien, el EURO ha perdido 19.2% en 3 años y AUD ha perdido 27%, y NZD ha perdido 9.42 % .
Mario Beneti
Mario Beneti Mar 20, 2015 4:52AM GMT
Fijate bien en los numeros y eso que NO has considerado que el Euro perdio 19.2% por que esta EASING la moneda, al igual que AUD y NZD. Lo que te da a ver es que el MXN ha perdido MAS que casi todos estos , A PESAR DE QUE NO ESTAMOS BAJANDO LA TASA DE INTERES como lo hizo EUROPA, AUD, NZD y GBP. Para lograr entender esto, debes dejar de leer los medios mexicanos por que ESTAN PAGADO. A mi me consta. Ahora hablando de la fortaleza del USD es totalmente cierto, en todos mis comentarios siempre dije eso desde el 2014, que el USD MXN iba para arriba cuando USD diera indicios de que Subiria su tasa de interes. ERA MAS QUE OBVIO pero algunos aqui hasta apostaron 20,000 usd contra mi , Y PERDIERON y DESAPARECIERON obvio. Bueno el USD es fuerte claro, pero EL PESO MEXICANO esta PERDIENDO O DEPRECIANDOSE como si estuviera EASING la moneda. QUE GRAVE NO ? Los numeros no mieten, te aconsejo No leer los medios mexicanos. Ve los datos duros. Un abrazo y exito.
Mario Beneti
Mario Beneti Feb 12, 2015 11:32AM GMT
This is very very bad. We breached resistances
Mario Beneti
Mario Beneti Jan 29, 2015 5:59PM GMT
One hour till mexican Rate decision, and cmp is 14.8720 , will the government sell usd 200 million each day to make it go down ? Well in one more hour its time to see. Im shorting, with my fingers crossed.
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