The Bank of Mexico (Banxico) registered spot dollar, interbank reference, in 19.0015 pesos at the close of business on Tuesday, January 29.
Exchange rate for sale on the interbank market (spot) on Tuesday, January 29:
09:00 h: 19.0350 p / d
1:30 p.m. 19.0015 p / dhttps: //t.co/4nWq26GdMd
– Bank of Mexico (@Banxico) January 29, 2019
During the day, the Mexican peso advanced 4.95 cents, 0.26%. As a result, the Mexican currency registered a tie against the dollar in the week, as on Monday the dollar rose but the peso rebounded on Tuesday.
Citibanamex indicated that the dollar on sale quoted at the close of operations in 19,30 pesos the sale, lower at 7:35 pm on Monday.
BBVA Bancomer reported the dollar at 19.41 pesos on sale this afternoon.
The exchange offices of Ciudad Juárez listed the ticket on 19 closed weights average.
El Financiero explained that the peso "faced on Tuesday an external context in which conflicting signs prevailed".
The peso holds the dollar in the & # 39; line & # 39; of the 19 units. https://t.co/4oGmcwOulP pic.twitter.com/iC3iM6vL5y
– The Financial (@ElFinanciero_Mx) January 29, 2019
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