Mexico City. Today Thursday, September 3, 2020 the dollar is listed in $21.70 pesos, with an upward trend according to information from the platform investing.com.

According to information from Banco de México, the exchange rate in the spot interbank market ended today at $21.70 pesos per dollar (recover 6 cents from yesterday Wednesday). On the other hand, the dollar FIX ended at $ 21.63 (down almost 19 cents)

According to information on her Twitter account, Gabriela Siller, director of Economic and Financial Analysis at Banco BASE, the peso appreciated on this day in light of the employment data from the United States and the information that confirms that Mexico is once again the most important commercial partner of that country.

On the other hand, the specialist points out that during this session the NASDAQ fell as much as 5.77%, which makes this session the fourth worst of the year. The last time such a drop was seen was on March 16, when the index lost 12.3% and the mechanism known as ‘circuit breaker’ was activated.

In turn, within the S&P 500, the strongest falls are from technology and consumer discretionary companies. In Mexico, the CPI loses due to a greater perception of risk.

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 $ 22.80 in Banbajío, while the lowest to purchase is in $ 20.55 in IXE and Banorte, according to Dollar.info.

Regarding the euro, this is priced at $ 25.67 pesos, for $ 28.76 pesos of the pound sterling overall average.

Oil prices in real time:

According to Investing.com, this Thursday WTI oil is at $ 41.20 per barrel in its orders for October 2020, with a downward trend. Brent oil is at $ 44.00 per barrel in its orders for November 2020.

For more information on the Dollar, visit the section of News of MiBolsillo.com.

With information from Dolar.info and Investing.

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