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The U.S. dollar consolidated a second consecutive week of gains on Friday versus its major rivals as investors weighed the possibility of the Federal Reserve announcing its plans to reduce its stimulus in the coming weeks. The greenback's gains were more pronounced against its emerging market rivals with the Mexican peso and the Taiwan dollar leading losers. Data on Thursday showed U.S. producer prices posted their largest annual increase in more than a decade in the 12 months through July.The exchange rate for the Dollar has decreased -3,68% against the Mexican Peso in the last 30 days, falling from 21,41 to 20,62 Mexican Pesos per Dollar. You get now fewer Mexican Pesos for an amount in Dollars than you would have just a month ago. 30 days ago.
Dollar to Mexican Peso forecast on Monday, December, 27: exchange rate 20.5790 Mexican Pesos, maximum 20.8877, minimum 20.2703. USD to MXN forecast on Tuesday, December, 28: exchange rate 20.4827 Mexican Pesos, maximum 20.7899, minimum 20.1755. Dollar to Mexican Peso forecast on Wednesday, December, 29: exchange rate 20.3961 Mexican Pesos, maximum 20.7020, minimum 20.0902. USD to MXN forecast on Thursday, December, 30: exchange rate 20.4482 Mexican Pesos, maximum 20.7549, minimum 20.1415. Dollar to Mexican Peso forecast on Friday, December, 31: exchange rate 20.3807 Mexican Pesos, maximum 20.6864, minimum 20.0750.
In 4 weeks Dollar to Mexican Peso forecast on Monday, January, 24: exchange rate 19.9596 Mexican Pesos, maximum 20.2590, minimum 19.6602. USD to MXN forecast on Tuesday, January, 25: exchange rate 20.2086 Mexican Pesos, maximum 20.5117, minimum 19.9055.Pound Sterling (GBP), Canadian dollar (CAD), Norwegian Krone (NOK), Russian Rouble (RUB) and Mexican Peso (MXN) exchange rates under pressure - Inventory surge limits crude oil rally, Gulf dollar pegs under threat The Mexican peso is used exclusively by Mexico and no other country or territory. But it shares its origin with the dollar used across the border in the USA. (Source: www.postoffice.co.uk)