Economic movements continue, so before changing your pesos, first, check the exchange rate and play it safe.
This Tuesday, January 18, the gain is again for the peso, which links several days prevailing over the dollar and gives a break for those who want to sell what they have stored “under the mattress.”
The Bank of Mexico published in the Official Gazette of the Federation, the exchange rate to settle obligations denominated in foreign currency payable in the Mexican Republic, which for this day was $20.3002 MN less than $20.3118 MN, with which it closed the day previous.
Financial institutions establish the exchange rate for today at an average of 20.2395 pesos, today they buy the dollar at 19.9403 and sell it at 20.55387 pesos; in the week it loses -0.01%, in the month -0.94%; in the quarter -0.94% and so far this year -0.94%.
So if you are going to buy or sell dollars, you will do some other transaction under this denomination, or you are preparing to exchange your pesos to go to the United States for a walk, shopping or for medical reasons, check where they offer you a better price and Go to whoever suits you best. If you want to know which bank or finance company gives you more or fewer pesos per dollar, check the following table:
Do you want to know how the exchange rate has been established so far this month, and the projection by financial institutions for tomorrow? Check this out, do the math and get ready if you are going to travel or buy something with the US currency.
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