The price of the dollar today, July 19, the peso loses the session

Today is Tuesday 19 July 2022 dollar quotes at 20.5127 pesos per unit with bullish trend in real time. According to a report BanxicoThe peso fell 3.61 cents in the exchange rate to settle at 20.5067 pesos per unit against the spot dollar among banks. On this day, the Mexican peso depreciated.

According to economist Gabriela Siller, data from the Good Time Index of Economic Activity (IOAR) in Mexico for the month of June, which recorded a decline of 0.38%, is relevant. If this information is combined with the IGAE, it will represent the first data to see a contraction in the economy since last October.

In addition, he points out that with the current downward trend, there is a higher probability of reaching a quarterly contraction in GDP for the third quarter of 2022, which raises the possibility of an economic recession in Mexico, although he stresses that it is still too early to do So. Solving the problem.

The price of the dollar in banks Mexicans:

  • Bank of MexicoBuy: $20.5067 – Sell: $20.5067
  • HSBC: Buy: $20.16 – Sell: $20.84
  • Panamax: Buy: $19.85 – Sell: $21.02
  • Bancomer Bank: Buy: $19.81 – Sell: $20.72
  • my panorty: Buy: $19.31 – Sell: $20.73
  • Scotiabank: Buy: $20.09 – Sell: $20.89
  • Ninth: Buy: $19.30 – Sell: $20.73
  • Baguio Bank: Buy: $19.79 – Sell: $20.90
  • Monix: Buy: $19.80 – Sell: $20.32
  • Azteca Bank: Buy: $20.13 – Sell: $20.89
  • Inbursa: Buy: $20.31 – Sell: $21.32
  • Santander: Buy: $19.54 – Sell: $21.06
  • exchange: Buy: $20.0167 – Sell: $21.0267
  • Banregio: Buy: $19.49 – Sell: $21.02

As for the Bitcoinis currently at $23,316.4 with an upward trend in real time.

We recommend that you read the dollar price today, Tuesday, the peso starts today positively

Referring to euroIt’s priced at $20.92, versus $24.78 off the pesos Sterling pound general average.

For more information on the dollar, visit the news section on MiBolsillo.com daily.

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