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19.8740 +0.0360    +0.18%
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Type:  Currency
Group:  Exotic
Base:  US Dollar
Second:  Mexican Peso
  • Prev. Close: 19.8380
  • Bid/Ask: 19.8550 / 19.8930
  • Day's Range: 19.8004 - 19.9260
USD/MXN 19.8740 +0.0360 +0.18%
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Victor Rodriguez
Victor Rodriguez 12 hours ago
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Support inching higher its month. Resistance lower. Another breakaway by sept? We will see. GL
Ambal M S
Ambal M S 15 hours ago
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all the way down?
Dan Ojoy
Dan Ojoy 12 hours ago
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Ambal M S please pay no attention to the trolls on this site--e.g ONS Sap who used to be ONS Sas, or Angus Beef or--there are about four of them cheerleading for Mexico who know nothing about investing.
Alex Boyd
Alex Boyd 21 hours ago
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???
ONS Sap
ONS Sap Jul 28, 2021 4:18PM ET
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15 or less is the way to go you like it or not, poor podam
Poe Dameron
PoDam Jul 28, 2021 4:09PM ET
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Hahahaha... Sappy, what is happening with you and your brothers to keep thinking someone that speaks the truth hates you or is mad at you? The world doesn't revolve around you or Mexico. Numbers are numbers and you're just repeating lies. Like you have been saying USD/MXN will get to 15 and it hasn't, your prediction that oil production will balance out 115 Billion dollars in debt is baseless and proof of your ignorance. Keep drinking that Kool-Aid, it's fun to prove you wrong time and time again.
ONS Sap
ONS Sap Jul 28, 2021 3:35PM ET
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hmm.. Lol poor Podam remember Pemex with current production rate just needs four to six quaters to make 100 billions in net profit when oil price stays at currenr rate, and may be less than a year with coming production. Are you mad because we are doing well.
ONS Sap
ONS Sap Jul 28, 2021 12:46PM ET
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It seems American Moody not happy with Mexican Pemex because it is raising its revenue more than double. Pemex's total income in the second quarter was 347.44 billion pesos ($17.42 billion), rising from 181.7 billion pesos in the year-earlier period as its output and prices both rose.
Javier Vargas
Javier Vargas Jul 27, 2021 11:14PM ET
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Pemex debt is now radioactive ☢️ waste, thanks AMLO
javier fernandez
JFTROLL Jul 27, 2021 11:14PM ET
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(Bloomberg) – Moody’s Investors Service downgraded the state-owned company Petróleos Mexicanos even further into junk territory due to high liquidity requirements and increased commercial risk, one day before the date scheduled by the company to report its results. The downgrade adds to the challenges facing the burdened company, which has struggled to cope with a mounting debt burden of $ 114 billion and reverse a decline in production that has dragged on for decades. Moody’s initially downgraded the company’s debt to junk in April of last year, sending bonds plummeting.
Poe Dameron
PoDam Jul 27, 2021 11:14PM ET
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What? Sappy has been telling us that Pemex was producing more!!
javier fernandez
JFTROLL Jul 27, 2021 11:14PM ET
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Poe Dameron  jajajaja we know him very well dude ! just bla bla bla
ONS Sap
ONS Sap Jul 22, 2021 1:19AM ET
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Good news data shows Mexico economy surged by nearly 15% in June, as it recovers from the pandemic.
ONS Sap
ONS Sap Jul 17, 2021 2:43PM ET
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hmm... Podam is into too much movies hahaha. now wakeup and get back into reality.
Alex Boyd
Alex Boyd Jul 16, 2021 9:51AM ET
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Whats the prediction
javier fernandez
JFTROLL Jul 16, 2021 9:51AM ET
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higher floors .. so for me its buy at 20s low and 90s  high and wait for levels above 20.2000/2500
javier fernandez
JFTROLL Jul 16, 2021 9:51AM ET
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ok .. lets start to add some long position here 19.9750
ONS Sap
ONS Sap Jul 14, 2021 3:57AM ET
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Podam is talking about his own country where homicide is 10 times, not here in Mexico.
Poe Dameron
PoDam Jul 13, 2021 8:24PM ET
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Calm down Sappy! Move to Mexico? Where the cartels ********regular people because they want to prove a point? Where they kidnap and bribe travelers after they cross the border? Where there are sudden blackouts? Where you have to pay more for gasoline?
Angus Beef
Angus Beef Jul 13, 2021 8:24PM ET
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Drug Cartels are an American industry on Mexican soil.
Agustin Girard
Agustin Girard Jul 13, 2021 8:24PM ET
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Jajajaja ! No compañero ; nosotros estamos desde Mexico SATISFACIENDO LA DEMANDA DE PRODUCTO QUE NOSOTROS FUIMOS A CREAR ALLA … Nosotros somos los responables de crear el mercado en USA . Junto con los mugrosos Colombianos .
Dan Ojoy
Dan Ojoy Jul 13, 2021 8:24PM ET
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Angus Beef  Apparently you don't live in Mexico.  I do.  Have you any idea how popular crystal meth is in this country?  Yes, the U.S. is a HUGE consumer of drugs.  So is Mexico.  Get your facts straight.
Bonney Lake
Bonney Lake Jul 13, 2021 8:24PM ET
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a Mexican broke your heart? snowflake.
ONS Sap
ONS Sap Jul 12, 2021 10:48PM ET
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sell dollors sell gold sell bitcoin sell whatever you currently hold to buy Mexican Peso and move to Mexico you will be happy like millions Americans who did that.
ONS Sap
ONS Sap Jul 12, 2021 10:48PM ET
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Note: Mexico was the third most visited country in the world last year just behind Italy and France, according to estimates by the World Tourism Organization.
Max Stuart
Max Stuart Jul 12, 2021 10:48PM ET
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only because Mexico was literally down below America borders and a lot of airlines been either closed or short staff. and no one wants to visit Canada. lol
carlos torres
carlos torres Jul 09, 2021 1:24AM ET
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Where can I Exchnage Dollars for Pesos and get the best exchange rate?
ONS Sap
ONS Sap Jul 07, 2021 1:46AM ET
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Here is the Us Mexico May 2021 trade data summary, Usd 8.75 billion trade surplus for Mexico in may202q again, 22.7 billion dollars import and 31.37 billion dollars export to the US, not bad Mexico is still number one US trade partner this year by few billions dollars to Canada and with China. Cheers!
skywalker skywalker
skywalker2020 Jul 05, 2021 11:51AM ET
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buy dollars, gold and euro falling
Javier Vargas
Javier Vargas Jul 02, 2021 1:43PM ET
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AMLO basically bankrupting Mexican economy, even Deer Park agreement will be scrapped due to his incompetence, this year Mexico will lose investment grade for sure and we'll see a 28 peso per dollar and then move up from there Venezuela style.
Jc Cortes
Jc Cortes Jul 02, 2021 1:43PM ET
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I completely agree with you. and Mexican economy. low salary everything expensive but the worse thing is the president continue saying everything is ok.
Bonney Lake
Bonney Lake Jul 02, 2021 1:43PM ET
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par de tarados
Ruben Gittens
fools_gold Jul 02, 2021 9:07AM ET
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Don't trade this pair too often anymore but was really tempted to open a sell at the psychological 20.0000 figure
Victor Rodriguez
Victor Rodriguez Jun 30, 2021 5:52PM ET
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As predicted, the Morena congressional win threw the parity in favor of a more expensive dollar. YET the Banxico Hike and the fact that 20.40 wasnt crossed upwards during May… lowers the range of the, i think final resistance of the year 22.3 to something closer to 21.1 as the top resistance, stabilizing around 20.5…..but pull away on the chart; to the historical and you will notice the possibility of a MASSIVE BREAK SOUTH to a peso almost at 14 pesos within 6 years….a remote possibility, but now open. But of course Amlo will fumble the ball like the hawks on what would have ended the Patriots hegemony with two consecutive seahawks super bowl. We will see… for now, uptrend continues, lets pay attention to volume, price, moving average at all levels and lineal regression. GL. Price prediction, august first 20.21
Ricardo Garcia
RichardGJ Jun 30, 2021 5:52PM ET
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hahaha, do you REALY think AMLO controls the peso value? I do believe you're absolutely lost, just look why the peso is at 20.00... Mexican policies have just 20% impact on international value, the rest is 60% USD and 20% EUR, just analyze thew last 3 up/down hard movements... Victor, I strongly suggest you to expand your view
Victor Rodriguez
Victor Rodriguez Jun 30, 2021 5:52PM ET
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As long as Herrera handles Banco de Mexico, Amlo handles banco de mexico. The devil is in the details Richard.
Victor Rodriguez
Victor Rodriguez Jun 30, 2021 5:52PM ET
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Richard, there was a proposal by Ricardo Monreal of the morena party, AMLOs party, to modify Banxicos structure in order to be able to buy and sell dollars in CASH. The justification was “remesas” , to facilitate the process of immigrants sending money from Usa to Mx. The catch behind it; and what most speculate, is that this was designed to facilitate laundering….but not only that, this gives full control of the dollar over the peso. Im aware of the pesos unstable nature as it is used as speculative currency around the world. The traders world that is. But monreals family has direct, proven, sentenced ties to narcos. They just won a position for governor of a northern state. Usa is closing lines. Lithium and water, and moving the maquila industry south, plays an important part in the race with its strongest frienemy/competitor ever: CHINA. I invite you to look up the “Federalista” movement happening @ MX right now, and be marveled by how it parallels US' Puerto Rico's abandonment
Ricardo Garcia
RichardGJ Jun 30, 2021 5:52PM ET
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Victor Rodriguez  No doubt you master national economic and political things, nothing to claim about your  knowledge, BUT you need to lear a little bit about international behavior, specifically about mexican peso as one of the TOP5 exotic speculative currency. I'm not attacking you, just inviting to expand your view. It will be highly productive if you speculate with this currency
Victor Rodriguez
Victor Rodriguez Jun 30, 2021 5:52PM ET
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Yes Richard. Thank you ! i noticed that from Your first reply, thats why a responded extensively. In there I mention peso is the bitcoin of fiar (volatile and speculative, didnt literally use the word btc). But understand that AMLO or whatever on earth his government is, does impact a percentage like you mention of the price. And indeed, US politics have even a higher impact than amlo. But not more than Banxico. Maybe as much. All these combined account probably for 75% of the pesos price. But what i am trying to transmithere is the US cant let the peso even the scale while America competes with China. And AMLO serves those interest perfectly. So the odds of the peso followimg thru on breakout points according to fundamentals and technicals, will be very much determined by amlo. Remove pesos's speculative essence for a second. Long term investors cant bet on a guy who cancels the continents most important new airport. Tis the perennial question on global finances… does local matter?
ONS Sap
ONS Sap Jun 29, 2021 6:41PM ET
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i think 90% americans dont like Mexico because they are taught to be like that by their media all the time since when they were born. most change their perspective after they visit Mexico because they find the reality is exactly opposite. lol
Bamiro Olamide
Bamiro Olamide Jun 29, 2021 6:41PM ET
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Yh. Doesn't make much sense when it's cartels that basically runs your country
ONS Sap
ONS Sap Jun 29, 2021 6:41PM ET
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Bamiro Olamide in fact yours too, mostly white color lol
Diego Nuñez
Diego Nuñez Jun 25, 2021 10:15AM ET
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I only see a clear downtrend guys and no sign of a reversal, only the trend getting stronger. I don't know where you see the bull flags Like the old trading saying says..."follow the trend"
Victor Rodriguez
Victor Rodriguez Jun 25, 2021 10:15AM ET
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Support inches higher since pandemic parity recovery. 19.15 is now 19.60, and so on. Resistance was 20.31, now its 20.71
Ricardo Garcia
RichardGJ Jun 25, 2021 10:15AM ET
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ha ha, did you learn something now?
Robert Noto
Robert Noto Jun 24, 2021 10:37PM ET
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BUY NOW. there's a reversal happening right now. it's about to go very bull all night, and it's been showing a lot of resistance against bear for the last hour. I've been monitoring very closely all day. GET IN NOW.
Chetan Bhatia
Chetan Bhatia Jun 24, 2021 10:37PM ET
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If u dont know how to trade the pair then you are wasting your money and time both its very easy to say casually that it will be bull first u see the pair still looking to hit major support level as per the 4 hr chart its keep falling and it may touch 19.50 to its major support level as its been a week the pair is under pressure go and check the facts and figures then talk
MK MK
MK MK Jun 24, 2021 2:05PM ET
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Thank you, thank you, my wise us cheerleaders :)That leap to 20,60 was just greatest opportunity
Dan Ojoy
Dan Ojoy Jun 24, 2021 2:05PM ET
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You still don't get it.  You ride this puppy up and down.  It has nothing to do with which country you like or "cheer" for.  Cheerleaders belong in high school, which is where you are, I suspect.
MK MK
MK MK Jun 24, 2021 2:05PM ET
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Dan Ojoy You do not know the story, boy :)
Dan Ojoy
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MK MK  Yes, I know the story, Boomer.  You show up weekly, a day late and a dollar short yelling VIVA MEXICO--just like your alter-ego ONS Sas.  It's kind of funny.
ONS Sap
ONS Sap Jun 24, 2021 1:49PM ET
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20 million Mexican tourists visited legally to the united states i think more than entire europeon tourists, Canada second about 13 million. who is going to visit north if the dillar gets stronger against peso? that is one of the reason peso wont get weak against the dollar in the future.
Rex Castellae
Rex Castellae Jun 24, 2021 1:49PM ET
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80% of Mexican exports go to the US: the stronger the peso, the weaker the benefits for Mexican exporters...
ONS Sap
ONS Sap Jun 24, 2021 1:49PM ET
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80% of the Mexico imports comes from the US: the stronger the dollar, the weaker the benefits for the US exporters as well...
ONS Sap
ONS Sap Jun 24, 2021 1:49PM ET
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currently Mexico imports about 20 billion us dollars goods every monthly from the US, besides there ia huge services sector surplus for the US, there is will be huge disaster for the US if dillar gets stronger against the peso. lo
Rex Castellae
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ONS Sap yeah but Mexico ain't as relevant to the US as the other way around. It's self evident. The US has many more things to care about than whatever the Mexican peso does
 
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