The retail dollar opens this Monday for sale at 19.30 pesos at bank windows, 0.42% or three cents above last Friday’s close, according to data published by CitiBanamex.
The Mexican peso in international markets is located at 18.79 pesos per dollar wholesale, which means a depreciation of 0.14% or three cents compared to the previous day, according to information from Bloomberg.
The week begins with a negative bias after knowing a drop in the German GDPa, which has generated some caution due to fears of a possible economic recession. The Federal Reserve of the United States will announce its monetary policy decision next Wednesday, followed on Thursday by that of the Bank of Mexico.
The Dollar Index, which compares the behavior of the US currency against the other six main currencies in the world, dawns with a slight depreciation of 0.07%. The euro rises 0.25% against the greenback, while the pound loses 0.2%.
Bitcoin, the currency with the largest assets in the cryptocurrency market, fell 2.9%, maintaining little investor appetite.
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