Mexico City. Today, Monday, November 30, the dollar stands at $ 20.18 Mexican pesos with an upward trend, according to information reported by Investing.com. The Bank of Mexico published that the interbank Spot dollar closed at $ 20.14, while the FIX dollar was at 20.13 pesos per unit. The Mexican currency loses on the first day of the week, and spins three days losing ground.
Despite this result in the session and in the previous week, during November the local currency achieved a good recovery. According to the director of Economic and Financial Analysis of Banco Base, Gabriela Siller, the peso closed with an appreciation of 4.57%, equivalent to 96.9 cents. This data constitutes the highest monthly appreciation since May.
As for the most appreciated currencies, the peso is in ninth position. The first 5 currencies with the most advance are: Colombian peso (6.94%); Norwegian krone (6.73%) which achieved its best appreciation since September 2010; Brazilian real (6.72%); Turkish lira (6.22%) and the Czech koruna (5.92%).
On the other hand, last week the Mexican Stock Exchange reported its best monthly advance in 15 years.
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 on sale at $ 21.49 in HSBC, while the lowest on purchase is at $ 18.90 in Banregio, according to Dollar.info. Regarding the euro, it is priced at $ 24.08 pesos, for $ 26.90 pesos of the pound sterling overall average.
Oil prices in real time:
According to Investing.com, WTI oil is at $ 45.05 a barrel in its January orders, trending down. Brent oil is at 47.70 dollars a barrel in its orders for February, with an upward trend.
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