Mexico City. Today, Monday, November 30, 2020, the dollar is trading at $ 20.08 Mexican pesos, according to the investing.com platform. During this morning, the dollar continues stable as it is a day when the markets are closed. During this Monday, the United States currency is above 20 pesos and on the rise since its close on Friday.
Last week, the Mexican currency managed to appreciate until the dollar fell below 20 pesos per unit. This was due to a marked confidence in the markets due to the advance in vaccines against coronavirus and a transition of powers in the United States that is expected to be peaceful.
The peso opens this Monday with a depreciation of two cents. Photo: Reforma
However, the optimistic perception was not enough and the peso again lost ground towards the end of the Samana. At the opening of this day, according to the director of Economic and Financial Analysis, Gabriela Siller, the peso began with a depreciation of 2.8 cents, equivalent to 0.14%; with the dollar trading around 20.07 pesos and with the exchange rate reaching a maximum of 20.1076 pesos.
During November, the peso has obtained an appreciation of 5.22%, equivalent to 1 peso and 11 cents. The Mexican currency is the ninth with the highest appreciation in the broad basket of main crosses and is heading to be the largest monthly advance since May, when it appreciated 8.27%.
Dollar price in real time:
The dollar is traded in Mexican banks with its highest price for sale at $ 21.49 at HSBC, while the lowest for purchase is at $ 18.90 at IXE and Banorte, according to Dollar.info.
Regarding the euro, it is priced at $ 24.09 pesos, for $ 26.85 pesos of the pound sterling in general average.
Oil price in real time:
The price of West Texas Intermediate oil is $ 45.23 per barrel. The Brent dollar stands at $ 47.80 per barrel, both with a downward trend.
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