Mexico City. Today Friday, September 4, 2020 the dollar is listed in $21.57 pesos, with an upward trend according to information from the platform

According to information from Banco de México, the exchange rate in the spot interbank market ended today at $21.53 pesos per dollar (recovered 17 cents since yesterday Wednesday). On the other hand, the dollar FIX ended at $ 21.61 (down 2 cents).

This result is the best that the Mexican currency has achieved in almost 24 weeks. One of the factors that gave it a boost was the employment data of the United States, whose generation of jobs generated confidence in the economic recovery.

According to Banco Base analyst Gabriela Siller, the peso continues to trade close to the 200-day moving average, being one of the most appreciated currencies in the month. Factors favoring the peso were remittances, exports, and speculative flows seeking yield.

However, the specialist points out that the peso continues to show a 14% depreciation. The currency could continue to depreciate if the risk to the global economy persists as a result of the activities that were affected by the pandemic. And it would also harm the perception of risk on the Mexican economy, if there is another downgrade in the country’s credit rating.

Exchange rate: Dollar price in real time:

Regarding the exchange rate in the different banks of Mexico, the price of the dollar reaches its highest level for sale in the $ 22.60 in Banbajío, while the lowest to purchase is in $ 20.40 in IXE and Banorte, according to

Regarding the euro, it is priced at $ 25.53 pesos, for $ 28.66 pesos of the pound sterling overall average.

Oil prices in real time:

According to, this Friday WTI oil is at $ 39.50 per barrel in its orders for October 2020. Brent oil is at $ 42.34 per barrel in its orders for November 2020, both with an upward trend. low.

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With information from and Investing.


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