Mexico City. Today, Friday, November 20, the dollar is at $ 20.15 Mexican pesos trending down, according to investing.com. The Mexican currency opens this session slightly above Thursday’s closing price. Yesterday, Banxico reported that at the end of the session the exchange rate in the spot interbank market ended at $ 20.14 pesos per dollar. On the other hand, the FIX dollar ended at $ 20.18. With this result, the peso spun 4 days in a row.
According to analysts, the peso benefited from the appreciation of the Brazilian real, after it was announced that the rating agency Fitch Ratings maintained its credit rating.
At the beginning of this day, the Mexican currency is the most appreciated, with advance of 0.48%, equivalent to 9.6 cents; second is the New Zealand dollar (0.45%), then the Australian dollar (0.36%) and the South African rand (0.24%). Despite yesterday’s result, the Brazilian real is the most depreciated currency in this session, followed by the Turkish lira; both lost 0.39% and 1.05%, respectively.
Also in these early hours of the day, Pfizer has requested an emergency authorization from the FDA of the United States, for the use of its vaccine against Covid-19 (developed in conjunction with BioNTech), which in clinical trials has demonstrated an effectiveness of 95%. If approved, the vaccine would be administered to high-risk populations by the end of 2020.
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 at $ 21.50 in Banbajío, while the lowest for purchase is at $ 19.05 at Banorte and IXE, according to Dollar.info. Regarding the euro, it is priced at $ 23.92 pesos, for $ 26.76 pesos of the pound sterling overall average.
Oil prices in real time:
According to Investing.com, WTI oil is at $ 41.78 a barrel, down. Brent oil is at 44.23 dollars a barrel on the rise, both in its orders for January 2021.
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