The Mexican peso starts trading this Friday with strong losses against the dollar in a day of tensions as a consequence of new banking turmoil, now due to the collapse of the German bank Deutsche Bank.
The Mexican currency in international markets It is located at 18.70 pesos per dollar wholesale, which means a depreciation of 0.76% or 14 cents compared to the previous day, according to information from Bloomberg.
Stock markets worldwide present negative movements, since once again the concern for banks in Europe is reactivated. UBS and Deutsche Bank stand out.
About UBS, an investigation carried out by the United States Department of Justice for allegedly financing Russian investors has been revealed, while some investors add a speculative tone about Deutsche Bank CDS.
Deutsche Bank shares fall 15%triggering doubts about the stability of banks with high exposure to corporate loans, after having decided to redeem a bond early.
The Dollar Index, which compares the behavior of the US currency against the other six main currencies in the world, dawns with an appreciation of 0.58%. The euro falls 0.73% against the greenback, while the pound loses 0.57 percent.
Bitcoin, the currency with the largest assets in the cryptocurrency market, advances 1.69%, maintaining investor appetite.
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