The price of the dollar today, July 21, the peso loses the session

Today, Thursday, July 21, 2022 AD dollar quotes at 20.6310 pesos per unit with real-time downtrend. According to a report BanxicoThe peso fell 12.02 cents on the exchange rate to settle at 20.6792 pesos per unit against the interbank spot dollar. On this day, the value of the Mexican peso depreciated.

According to economist Gabriella Seiler, the day the European Central Bank announced a 50 basis point increase in its reference rate stood out, a violent move that sent the euro higher to trade at $1.0253 per euro.

En cuanto a la moneda local, trasciende que, tras comenzar con ganancias moderadas en la sesión, el peso cerró con un retroceso, sumando tres al hilo en un contexto de mayor aversión al riesgo global, caracterizada por la posibilidad de una Europa United State; As well as aversion in the national context to request consultations on a trade agreement with the United States and Canada.

The price of the dollar in banks Mexicans:

  • Bank of MexicoBuy: $20.6792 – Sell: $20.6792
  • HSBC: Buy: $20.06 – Sell: $20.80
  • Panamax: Buy: $20.02 – Sell: $21.21
  • Bancomer Bank: Buy: $19.83 – Sell: $20.73
  • my panorty: Buy: $19.48 – Sell: $20.89
  • Scotiabank: Buy: $20.27 – Sell: $20.06
  • Ninth: Buy: $19.51 – Sell: $20.91
  • Baguio Bank: Buy: $19.80 – Sell: $20.91
  • Monix: Buy: $20.08 – Sell: $20.60
  • Azteca Bank: Buy: $20.13 – Sell: $20.87
  • Inbursa: Buy: $19.99 – Sell: $21.02
  • Santander: Buy: $19.52 – Sell: $21.04
  • exchange: Buy: $20.1140 – Sell: $21.1450
  • Banregio: Buy: $19.71 – Sell: $21.28

As for the BitcoinAt the moment, it is at $23,101.0 with a bearish trend in real time.

We advise you to read the price of the dollar today, Thursday, and the peso opens its day with appreciation

Referring to euroIt is priced at US$21.11, compared to US$24.75 from Sterling pound general average.

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

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