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CCY - CCY Delayed Price. Currency in MXN
18.822
+0.001 (+0.006%)
As of 12:49AM BST. Market open.
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Previous Close18.821
Open18.821
Bid18.829
Day's Range18.817 - 18.841
52 Week Range17.9305 - 20.9584
Ask18.835
  • NYSE trader: The Fed is putting pressure on emerging markets, but remember its mandate
    Yahoo Finance Video19 days ago

    NYSE trader: The Fed is putting pressure on emerging markets, but remember its mandate

    Live from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Alan Valdes of Silverbear Capital joins Yahoo Finance's Dion Rabouin to discuss the latest market moves.

  • MARKETS: An emerging markets crisis would be triggered by these three things
    Yahoo Finance Videolast month

    MARKETS: An emerging markets crisis would be triggered by these three things

    From the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Yahoo Finance's Jared Blikre joins Alexis Christoforous to break down the latest market moves.

  • MARKETS: Emerging markets are not in crisis mode but bear watching
    Yahoo Finance Videolast month

    MARKETS: Emerging markets are not in crisis mode but bear watching

    From the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Yahoo Finance's Jared Blikre joins Alexis Christoforous to break down the latest market action.

  • Reuters8 hours ago

    EMERGING MARKETS-Brazil's real, Mexican peso firm as dollar weakens

    The dollar and global stock markets were also pressured by tensions between Saudi Arabia and the West, along with concerns such as the U.S.-China trade war and rising oil prices. The Mexican peso strengthened for a third straight day ahead of minutes of the central bank's October meeting expected on Thursday. However, "volatility is expected to continue in the short term" for Mexico's peso "as investors adjust their portfolios to incorporate a picture of higher yields of U.S. bonds, in a stock market with relatively high valuations," analysts at Santander said in a note.

  • Here’s What You Need to Know About the USMCA Agreement
    FX Empire5 days ago

    Here’s What You Need to Know About the USMCA Agreement

    While the USMCA brings to an end the coveted free trade agreement, as details of the USMCA emerge, a number of changes were made, while both Canada and Mexico are expected to continue to face aluminum and steel tariffs.

  • Reuters12 days ago

    EMERGING MARKETS-Brazil real trims gains on dollar strength, Mexican peso slips

    The Brazilian real rallied on Wednesday, lifted by election optimism, but the currency gave up a large chunk its earlier gains while the Mexican peso headed lower as the dollar rallied after strong U.S. ...

  • Reuters13 days ago

    EMERGING MARKETS-Brazil's real firms on election news; Mexican peso slips

    The real was up 1.5 percent after an opinion poll showed that a likely presidential election second-round run-off would result in a tie between Jair Bolsonaro and leftist Workers Party candidate Fernando Haddad, rather than a loss for Bolsonaro as investors had feared. "Many were starting to forecast that Bolsonaro wasn't going to improve in the polls ... But yesterday's numbers showed a turnaround." The benchmark Bovespa index was higher, bolstered by a 5.4 percent rise in energy company Petrobras as oil prices hovered near a four-year top. Brazil was an outlier among emerging markets, which were hit by a firming dollar and worries about a slowdown in Chinese manufacturing as well as anti-euro comments by a senior official of Italy's ruling League party.

  • Rescued NAFTA Deal Fails to Lift Global Risk Appetite
    FX Empire14 days ago

    Rescued NAFTA Deal Fails to Lift Global Risk Appetite

    Global investors remained defensive on Tuesday despite the U.S. and Canada agree to a new trade deal ending months of uncertainty and providing a lift to specific assets including the Canadian Dollar and Mexican Peso

  • Reuters14 days ago

    EMERGING MARKETS-Argentina's currency jumps on note sale, Mexico's peso sheds gains

    The Argentine peso rose 4.6 percent to close at 39.4 per dollar, more than making up for a 3.87 percent loss against the greenback on Friday, when Argentina struck a deal with the IMF to bolster its finances. "Market participants have been surprised by the level of support that the IMF has for Argentina. Meanwhile, the Mexican peso closed little changed, erasing most of its gains from the start of the session after a U.S.-Canada trade deal over the weekend salvaged the trinational North America Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) without fracturing any of the key supply chains involved.

  • Canadian dollar lifted on last-minute Nafta deal, oil rally
    MarketWatch14 days ago

    Canadian dollar lifted on last-minute Nafta deal, oil rally

    The Canadian dollar powered ahead Monday after Canada and the U.S. reached a last-minute deal on the North American Free Trade Agreement and as oil prices continued their climb. The pending agreement allows Canada to join the accord reached by Mexico and the U.S. in late August, and comes just days after U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer told Congress that the two countries were unlikely to meet the deadline for a pact. The Canadian dollar (USDCAD) took off on the news, with one dollar last buying C$1.2799 versus C$1.2911 late Friday in New York.

  • Reuters14 days ago

    GLOBAL MARKETS-Canadian dollar, stocks rise as NAFTA salvaged

    Optimism about a reconstituted free trade agreement among the United States, Canada and Mexico and what it could mean for trade relations elsewhere helped world markets kick off the fourth quarter of the year in a positive vein. Japan's Nikkei rose 0.5 percent to a 27-year high, followed by gains in European stocks markets, with Italian shares in particular clawing back some of last week's losses and U.S. stock futures indicating a sharply higher open on Wall Street. The Canadian dollar was up 0.85 percent against the dollar to a four-month high and the Mexican peso hit its highest in over seven weeks, up nearly a percent on the day.

  • Reuters15 days ago

    US STOCKS-Futures point to gains on deal to replace NAFTA

    U.S. stock futures pointed to a rise on Monday after the United States and Canada clinched a last minute deal to save NAFTA as a trilateral pact with Mexico, boosting hopes for progress in talks with other countries at the start of the fourth quarter. The relief lifted world markets and sent the Mexican peso and the Canadian dollar to new peaks after the new United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) rescued a $1.2 trillion open-trade zone on Sunday.

  • Reuters15 days ago

    EMERGING MARKETS-PMIs dampen emerging market mood, Nafta drives peso jump

    Emerging markets began the final quarter of 2018 in a mixed mood on Monday as signs of weakness in manufacturing activity in China and elsewhere limited the optimism from a revamped North American deal that sent the Mexican peso to a near two-month high. Asian currencies including the Indian rupee, the Taiwanese dollar and South Korea's won all weakened against the dollar after growth in the Chinese manufacturing sector stalled in September, suggesting a trade war with the United States was taking a toll. Turkey's lira, one of the biggest victims of the outflows of cash from the developing world in the past six months, rode out its own batch of poor data to firm around 1 percent.

  • Reuters15 days ago

    GLOBAL MARKETS-Canadian dollar, many share markets up on deal on NAFTA or 'USMCA'

    The Canadian dollar, the Mexican peso, U.S. stock futures and many share markets gained on Monday after the United States and Canada forged a last-gasp deal to salvage a trilateral trade agreement in North America. While analysts delved into the details of the pact, which is to be called United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), most investors reacted favourably, believing that getting a deal is better than no deal.

  • US and Canada agree 'modernised' trade deal to replace Nafta 
    The Telegraph15 days ago

    US and Canada agree 'modernised' trade deal to replace Nafta 

    The United States and Canada reached a deal on Sunday on a "new, modernised trade agreement," which is designed to replace the 1994 Nafta pact. In a joint statement the two nations said the new deal would be called the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). The rewrite "will result in freer markets, fairer trade and robust economic growth in our region," according to the statement from US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Canada's Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland. "It will strengthen the middle class, and create good, well-paying jobs and new opportunities for the nearly half billion people who call North America home." Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said it was "a good day for Canada" as he left his office. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said it was "a good day for Canada" as he left his office Credit: AP A revised Nafta would be a landmark for US President Donald Trump, who has called the current deal a “disaster” and vowed to reduce America’s yawning trade deficit and revive manufacturing jobs. The president had threatened repeatedly to pull out of the pact, a scenario that business leaders warn would wreak havoc on their supply chains. In force since 1994,  the North American Free Trade Agreement eliminated tariffs on most goods and governs more than $1 trillion in trade on the continent. Mr  Trump had threatened to splinter Nafta into a bilateral pact with Mexico and tax Canadian vehicle exports to the United States if Ottawa had failed to sign on before a midnight Sunday deadline. Markets feared its demise would cause major economic disruption. But Mr Trump has approved the "framework" deal with Canada, just days after he sharply criticised Mr Trudeau and his Nafta negotiating team. "We celebrate the trilateral agreement. The door is closed to the fragmentation of the region," Jesus Seade, President-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's NAFTA negotiator said on Twitter. "NAFTA 2 will give certainty and stability to Mexican trade with its partners in North America." About | North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) The new agreement gives US farmers greater access to the Canadian dairy market. But it keeps a Nafta dispute-resolution process that the US wanted to jettison and offers Canada protection if  Mr Trump goes ahead with plans to impose tariffs on cars, trucks and auto parts imported into the United States. Mr Trump blames Nafta for the loss of American manufacturing jobs and wanted major changes to the pact, which underpins $1.2 trillion in annual trade.  Negotiators from both sides spent two days talking by phone as they tried to settle a range of difficult issues such as access to Canada's closed dairy market and U.S. tariffs. The Canadian dollar and Mexican peso both rallied as word circulated that a trilateral deal had been hammered out. The loonie was up 0.60 percent versus the greenback while the peso gained 0.80 percent. U.S. stocks looked set to rally on the news. S&P 500 Index e-mini futures were up 0.6 percent, suggesting the benchmark index was on track to open the week back near record territory. U.S. business groups opposed turning NAFTA into a bilateral deal because the three nations' economies have become closely intertwined since the original pact came into force in 1994. Officials have blown through several deadlines since the talks started in August 2017.

  • How the Mexican peso came out on top in a tumultuous 3rd quarter for emerging markets
    MarketWatch17 days ago

    How the Mexican peso came out on top in a tumultuous 3rd quarter for emerging markets

    Mexico’s peso comes out as the top emerging markets currency in the third quarter, leaving behind the rest of the field plagued by selloffs, currency crises and contagion worries.

  • U.S. dollar treads water ahead of Fed rate decision
    MarketWatch20 days ago

    U.S. dollar treads water ahead of Fed rate decision

    Major currencies see muted action Tuesday as investors await the Federal Reserve’s highly anticipated interest-rate decision and policy update on Wednesday, the major event of the week.

  • Dollar headed for worst week in a month; sterling hit after Theresa May’s ‘no deal’ comment
    MarketWatch24 days ago

    Dollar headed for worst week in a month; sterling hit after Theresa May’s ‘no deal’ comment

    The U.S. dollar strengthens in Friday trading but still looks at its worst weekly performance in a month, while the British pound is pushed sharply lower after Prime Minister Theresa May spoke of the possibility of a “no-deal” Brexit.

  • Reuters26 days ago

    EMERGING MARKETS-LatAm currencies up after latest U.S.-China trade tariffs

    Latin American currencies on Wednesday firmed as investors saw the latest round of U.S-China trade tariffs as less aggressive than expected, boosting appetite for risky assets. The Mexican peso strengthened ...

  • Reuterslast month

    FOREX-Dollar dips after weak US data, Turkish hike supports emerging currencies

    The dollar dipped on Friday after weaker-than-expected U.S. inflation data, with the currency already sagging on signs of reduced trade tensions between the United States and China. Emerging currencies, like the South African rand and the Mexican peso, held onto to gains having surged, as investors in emerging markets registered relief that Turkey's central bank had hiked its policy rate to 24 percent to restore confidence in the lira.

  • Reuterslast month

    FOREX-Dollar sags after weak U.S. data, Turkey rate hike lifts emerging currencies

    The dollar sagged on Friday after weaker-than-expected U.S. inflation data further burdened a currency already weighed down by signs of reduced trade tensions between the United States and China. Emerging currencies such as the South African rand and the Mexican peso held to gains after surging in relief after Turkey's central bank implemented a large increase in interest rates.

  • Moody'slast month

    Metepec, Municipality of -- Moody's withdraws the issuer and debt ratings of the municipality of Metepec

    Moody's de Mexico S.A. de C.V. withdrew the Ba1/A1.mx (Global Scale, local currency/Mexico National Scale) issuer ratings of the Municipality of Metepec and also withdrew the stable outlook. At the same time, Moody's withdrew the A3/Aaa.mx (Global Scale, local currency/Mexico National Scale) debt ratings of the MXN 173 million (original face value) enhanced loan with Santander.

  • Moody'slast month

    Metepec, Municipality of -- Moody's withdraws the issuer and debt ratings of the municipality of Metepec

    Moody's de Mexico S.A. de C.V. withdrew the Ba1/A1.mx (Global Scale, local currency/Mexico National Scale) issuer ratings of the Municipality of Metepec and also withdrew the stable outlook. At the same time, Moody's withdrew the A3/Aaa.mx (Global Scale, local currency/Mexico National Scale) debt ratings of the MXN 173 million (original face value) enhanced loan with Santander.

  • Reuterslast month

    EMERGING MARKETS-Currency storms rage on, stocks wipeout nears $1 trillion

    Emerging markets storms raged fiercely on Wednesday, with South Africa's rand at the centre of fresh currency tumult and losses since January for the world's biggest EM stock index nearing $1 trillion again. Indonesia's stock market had suffered its worst day in over five years as its currency pains worsened while Chinese equities fell almost 2 percent in Shanghai. The rand then slumped to a more than 2-year low in a fresh 1.5 percent drop as traders also dumped its bonds and the most globally traded EM currency, the Mexican peso, too.

  • The Emerging Markets Currency Crisis: What Investors Should Know
    Zackslast month

    The Emerging Markets Currency Crisis: What Investors Should Know

    As the U.S. dollar rallies, other nations, especially those with emerging markets, are suffering from weakening currencies against the benchmark. Starting with the crash of the Turkish lira a few weeks ago, the Mexican peso, Argentinean peso, South African rand, and Indonesian rupiah have all crashed in a very short span of time.