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19.1158 -0.1693    -0.88%
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Type: Currency
Group: Exotic
Base: US Dollar
Second: Mexican Peso
  • Prev. Close: 19.2850
  • Bid/Ask: 19.1140 / 19.1175
  • Day's Range: 19.1008 - 19.3060
USD/MXN 19.1158 -0.1693 -0.88%

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Prev. Close19.285
Bid19.1145
Day's Range19.1008 - 19.3060
Open19.2855
Ask19.1175
52 wk Range17.9385 - 20.965
1-Year Change2.44%
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Marc Chandler
Investors Need Fresh Incentives By Marc Chandler - Feb 19, 2019

Overview: Activity in the global capital markets is subdued as investors await fresh developments. New wording for the Irish backstop apparently is being drafted. US-China trade...

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Time: Feb 22, 2019 09:44AM (GMT -5:00)

Economic Calendar

Time Cur. Imp. Event Actual Forecast Previous
Friday, February 22, 2019
08:15   USD FOMC Member Bostic Speaks        
09:00   MXN 1st Half-Month Core CPI (Feb) 0.26% 0.25% 0.08%
09:00   MXN 1st Half-Month CPI (Feb) -0.10% 0.12% 0.11%
10:15   USD FOMC Member Williams Speaks        
11:00   USD Fed Monetary Policy Report        
12:00   USD FOMC Member Clarida Speaks        
13:00   USD U.S. Baker Hughes Oil Rig Count 853   857
13:00   USD U.S. Baker Hughes Total Rig Count 1,047   1,051
13:30   USD FOMC Member Bullard Speaks        
13:30   USD FOMC Member Harker Speaks        
13:30   USD FOMC Member Quarles Speaks        
15:30   USD CFTC Aluminium speculative net positions     -41.0K
15:30   USD CFTC Copper speculative net positions     -24.5K
15:30   USD CFTC Corn speculative net positions     148.0K
15:30   USD CFTC Crude Oil speculative net positions     334.9K
15:30   USD CFTC Gold speculative net positions     74.5K
15:30   USD CFTC Natural Gas speculative positions     17.9K
15:30   USD CFTC S&P 500 speculative net positions     -4.6K
15:30   USD CFTC Silver speculative net positions     48.2K
15:30   USD CFTC Soybeans speculative net positions     -11.8K
15:30   USD CFTC Wheat speculative net positions     19.2K
15:30   MXN CFTC MXN speculative net positions     63.5K
17:30   USD FOMC Member Williams Speaks        
 

Central Banks

Federal Reserve (FED)
Current Rate 2.50%
Chairman Jerome H. Powell
Bank of Mexico (BdeM)
Current Rate 8.25%
Chairman Alejandro Díaz de León Carrillo
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javier fernandez
javier fernandez 3 hours ago
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*but not both
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well looks the MXN respecting ( for now) the trading range, I am tempted to buy more, both I think I will wait for the 19.05/00 lets see ! have a great w/e !!! and remember no pain no gain !
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javier fernandez
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Mexico’s central bank on Thursday took the unprecedented step of correcting its meeting minutes after the accidental inclusion of a phrase in the English version that could have made analysts think the board would entertain an interest-rate cut...Just in Mexico, Amazing !!!!
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Francisco Gutierrez
Francisco Gutierrez 16 hours ago
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Only in Mexico.
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Jean Schmith
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I saw that happen in Fargo once. :)
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Earl Lee
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https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-02-21/amlo-sounds-death-knell-for-oil-reforms-with-pemex-farm-out-halt
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Earl Lee
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https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-02-21/mexico-central-bank-corrects-meeting-minutes-lost-in-translation
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Alberto González
Alberto González Feb 20, 2019 1:43PM ET
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If USA-China agreement failed, what would happen to MEX Peso
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Andrei Boulescu
Andrei Boulescu Feb 20, 2019 1:43PM ET
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I think that would be the best outcome for Peso
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Francisco Gutierrez
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the peso would probably stay the same with little change. maybe after the dust settles it will start to move closer to the 20's if AMLO continues with his policies.
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Arturo Leal
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if rates stay the same in the US and Mexico keeps moderately raising rates, then the peso should appreciate relative to the Dollar. Mexico's balance sheet is strong and is not as leveraged as the US'.
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Earl Lee
Earl Lee Feb 19, 2019 7:24PM ET
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Mexico Factories Plead for AMLO to Intervene in Border Strikes .https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-02-18/mexican-maquiladoras-call-on-amlo-to-intervene-in-border-strikes
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Andrei Boulescu
Andrei Boulescu Feb 19, 2019 7:24PM ET
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Dude, we get it, you are bullish, now give it a rest already....
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Earl Lee
Earl Lee Feb 19, 2019 7:23PM ET
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With Forced Smiles, Mexican Businessmen Ask AMLO for More Order  https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-02-19/with-forced-smiles-mexican-businessmen-ask-amlo-for-more-order
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Earl Lee
Earl Lee Feb 19, 2019 7:21PM ET
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Mexico Is Making the Wrong Bet on Venezuela .https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2019-02-19/mexico-s-lopez-obrador-makes-the-wrong-bet-on-venezuela
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Earl Lee
Earl Lee Feb 19, 2019 7:21PM ET
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Mexico Is Making the Wrong Bet on Venezuela  https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2019-02-19/mexico-s-lopez-obrador-makes-the-wrong-bet-on-venezuela
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Francisco Gutierrez
Francisco Gutierrez Feb 19, 2019 5:08PM ET
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No more Formula 1 for Mexico, I wonder if that even matters?
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Earl Lee
Earl Lee Feb 15, 2019 11:36AM ET
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https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-02-15/pemex-cfo-says-company-won-t-increase-debt-load-this-year
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Earl Lee
Earl Lee Feb 15, 2019 11:16AM ET
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https://wncy.com/news/articles/2019/feb/15/mexico-to-pump-36-billion-into-ailing-oil-firm-pemex-in-relief-plan/
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Earl Lee
Earl Lee Feb 15, 2019 11:15AM ET
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https://www.cnbc.com/2019/02/15/reuters-america-emerging-markets-brazils-real-buoyed-by-pension-reform-proposal-stocks-dip.html
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David Gonzalo Florez Martinez
David Gonzalo Florez Martinez Feb 14, 2019 11:04PM ET
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Como se ase
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Francisco Gutierrez
Francisco Gutierrez Feb 14, 2019 11:04PM ET
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Cono se hace qué?
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Jorge E.C.
Jorge E.C. Feb 14, 2019 1:05AM ET
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Peso will return to 19.00... cpi is looking too good and it is the last chance to get in at these levels.... euro will break the 1.1200? that's the important thing right know
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SOCIAL AWKWARDNESS VLOGS Feb 13, 2019 1:48PM ET
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Things are looking good for the US dollar, Seems like China/US are going to reach an agreement soon and Trump will sign the border funding bill which will cease any more shutdowns. USD is also making gains on technical/ daily charts are pointing towards a bullish trend.
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Earl Lee
Earl Lee Feb 13, 2019 1:48PM ET
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Yes, full steam ahead for the US dollar.   Looking to buy more pesos once it gets to 19.75.
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SOCIAL AWKWARDNESS VLOGS Feb 13, 2019 1:48PM ET
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Earl Lee So once it gets to 19.75 you're going to buy pesos?? Meaning, you think thats a turning point at 19.75?
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Fede Buetler
Fede Buetler Feb 13, 2019 1:48PM ET
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Earl Lee I'm in the same position as you.  I want to start buying more when the bank will give me 19.75.  In order to get that, the USDMEX has to be around 20.  (I usually have to give the bank around 20 centavos.)  My last buy was on 12/03/18 -- when I got 20.30 from the bank.  Let's hope for another good opportunity.
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Earl Lee
Earl Lee Feb 13, 2019 12:55PM ET
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Forecast.  Not sure what fundamentals they are using or how accurate they are:..https://longforecast.com/dollar-to-peso-forecast-2017-2018-2019-2020-2021-usd-mxn
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Earl Lee
Earl Lee Feb 13, 2019 12:44PM ET
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https://www.fxstreet.com/news/usd-mxn-jumps-to-5-week-highs-above-1940-201902131615
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Earl Lee
Earl Lee Feb 13, 2019 12:44PM ET
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After a pullback to the 19.20 area, the USD/MXN resumed the upside, and it reached at 19.42, the highest level since Jan 8. It is holding near the top with a bullish tone. . . A stronger USD and technicals contribute to the rally of USD/MXN. Not even higher crude oil prices limited the upside. The WTI barrel is up almost 2%, above $54.00. Today the peso and the S. African rand are the worst performers so far. . . . From a technical perspective, the USD/MXN turned bullish on Monday after breaking a multi-day range above 19.20. It rose initially to 19.32 and then pulled back to 19.20 before resuming the upside. . . The next target is seen around 19.45/50. The mentioned area could limit the upside, but if it continues to rise on top, 19.75 is the next strong resistance. . . The outlook is likely to continue to favor the upside as long as it holds above 19.20. A slide below would ease the bullish pressure while a decline under 19.00 could signal a test of January lows at 18.85/87.
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Tonto InMex
Tonto InMex Feb 13, 2019 11:05AM ET
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Twenty this week KILO???
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Earl Lee
Earl Lee Feb 11, 2019 10:57PM ET
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https://www.ft.com/content/6d8dddc0-2e20-11e9-8744-e7016697f225
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Earl Lee Feb 11, 2019 10:56PM ET
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Barclays took an even dimmer view, with analysts at the bank saying the run of weak data could carry over into this year...“The start of 2019 could continue with the negative reports,” they wrote in a note to clients. “We think that weak industrial reports could continue at least during the start of the year, as construction might have been affected by the change of administration and oil production continuing to decline, while external demand might be affected by slower global growth and the US government shutdown.”..Investors are nervously eyeing the outlook for Mexican economic growth this year, under the government of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador. Despite the administration’s pledges to increase public investment and spending, few economists are expecting an immediate boost from this.
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Earl Lee Feb 11, 2019 10:55PM ET
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Financial Times ..2-11-19..Mexican peso stumbles as weak data dim growth outlook..The Mexican peso was knocked lower on Monday after unexpectedly weak industrial production data raised questions over the outlook for Latin America’s second-largest economy this year...The currency is down 1.3 per cent at a one-month low of 19.32 per dollar in early afternoon trading and is eyeing its worst day since November 8..The decline comes amid a broader retreat for emerging market currencies in the face of a resurgent dollar. But sentiment for the peso was also dealt an additional ****by poor Mexican industrial output figures. The gauge fell 2.5 per cent year-on-year in December for its biggest drop in eight months. The market had forecast a smaller fall of 1.6 per cent...Edward Glossop, Latin America economist at Capital Economics, said the surprise drop raises the risk that preliminary fourth-quarter GDP figures released last month would be revised downwards.
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Earl Lee
Earl Lee Feb 11, 2019 2:19PM ET
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I hope the Mexican peso keeps falling as I'm buying real estate there and could use the weak exchange rate as I'm paying in pesos.   Looks like today's fall is due to this: Mexican industrial output figures for December falling below expectation by -2.5%. The Mexican Peso has been under continuing pressure over concerns about the oil company Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex), which was thrown a lifeline of $3.5bn of tax cuts last week, but is showing continuing signs of a decline. This was followed by López Obrador, the President of Mexico, calling for ‘Franciscan poverty’ in which he was willing to transfer funds to the people, which has caused a clash with the courts with the threat of laying off 70% of non-unionized federal workers.
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This and also the China trade sentiment outlook looked good for today, If US/China reach a deal, this is shooting up. Another thing is if the border funding is approved i don't know how this pair is going to react honestly, but my sentiment is bullish on USD right now. Mexico is to uncertain at the moment with all the changes AMLO wants.
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I can sell you real estate if you want my frd !! apartments in GDL or Punta Mita... I am close to start some projects here if you are interest ...
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Kylo Ren
KYLO Feb 10, 2019 8:25PM ET
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with all the "help" the government will give PEMEX and CFE, sooner or later a downgrade will come.......it's naive to ignore this.......
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Daniel Gonzalez
Daniel Gonzalez Feb 10, 2019 8:25PM ET
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What do you mean by downgrade?
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Poe Dameron Feb 10, 2019 8:25PM ET
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Daniel GonzalezDowngrade in the qualification/score of Mexican State-owned company bonds… PEMEX and CFE.
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