Latest Exchange Rates: Dollar and Bitcoin
On this Sunday, June 11th, 2023, the dollar is trading at 17.2813 pesos per unit with a downward trend in real-time. The latest report from Banxico indicates that the spot interbank dollar closed the week at 17.2716 pesos per unit. The exchange rate between the peso and the dollar can be found as follows:
Price of the Dollar in Mexican Banks:
- Bank of Mexico: Buy $17.2716 – Sell: $17.2716
- HSBC: Buy: $19.01- Sell: $19.74
- Banamex: Buy: $17.04 – Sell: $18.02
- Bancomer: Buy: $19.83 – Sell: $20.73
- Banorte: Buy: $16.15 – Sell: $17.55
- Scotiabank: Buy: $17.10 Sell: $17.77
- IXE: Buy: $16.15 – Sell: $17.55
- Bajio Bank: Buy: $19.60 – Sell: $20.70
- Monex: Buy: $19.53 – Sell: $20.04
- Azteca Bank: Buy: $20.15 – Sell: $20.89
- Inbursa: Buy: $17.00 – Sell: $19.00
- Santander: Buy: $19.53 – Sell: $21.06
- Exchange: Buy: $19.45 – Sell: $20.46
- Banregio: Buy: $19.20 – Sell: $20.70
Meanwhile, the bitcoin is valued at 25,737.1 dollars with an upward trend in real-time. The euro is quoted at $18.57 pesos, and the overall average for the pound sterling is $21.72 pesos.
For more information on the latest exchange rates, visit the News section of MiBolsillo.com daily.
Other Financial News:
In other financial news, stock prices took a hit on Friday following the release of a disappointing jobs report. Investors are concerned about the impact of rising inflation on the stock market, with many predicting a volatile few weeks ahead. However, experts remain optimistic about the long-term prospects for the economy, citing a rebound in consumer spending and increased investment in various industries.
Furthermore, the government has announced plans to stimulate economic growth through a series of tax cuts and infrastructure projects. These efforts are expected to create new jobs and boost the overall health of the economy.
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