Price of the dollar TODAY in Mexico: MONDAY, March 25, 2024

Price of the dollar TODAY in Mexico: MONDAY, March 25, 2024

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The economic outlook is constantly changing around the world, but this last week of March, an increase in the price of the dollar in Mexicoas it appreciated against the greenback, after several consecutive days of a good streak, so it will be important to see how the peso behaves in the coming days.

The price of the dollar in Mexico is at 16.73 pesos today, Monday, March 25, 2024, where the Mexican peso appreciated against the dollar United Statesadvancing again after a slight drop a few days ago, while the guy exchange is 16.7220

Last week there was a battle between the US dollar and the Mexican currency and now the Basic Personal Consumption Expenditure Price Index is expected, that is, the inflation data that the Federal Reserve (Fed) prefers and which will be given on Friday .


Price of the dollar in Mexico

According to Mexican banks, these are the prices in buys and sale of the dollar this Monday, March 25, and below we leave you a list of the most important banks in the Mexican country so that you know which one is best for you to buy or sell.

  • BBVA: 17.19 pesos.
  • Citibanamex: 17.16 pesos.
  • Banco Azteca: 17.29 pesos.
  • Santander: 17.35 pesos.
  • Banorte: 17.05 pesos.
  • Scotiabank: 17.80 pesos.
  • Inbursa: 18.00 pesos.
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Dollar in other Latin American countries

The global economy is constantly changing, so now we present the outlook for the weight Argentine, Brazilian, Chilean, as well as the Colombian peso against the dollar and what their prices are for this last week of March.

  • Brazilian real: 3.3515 reais
  • Colombian peso: 3,891.00 pesos
  • Chilean peso: 983.26 pesos
  • Argentine peso: 854.7342 pesos

We will have to pay close attention to how the economy moves in the coming weeks worldwide to know how the global economy will advance in this third month of 2024, so we must focus on the United States, Mexico, Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Argentina .

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