Mexican peso February 10, this is how it sells today

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  • The Mexican peso appreciates this February 10
  • Take advantage of the weakness of the dollar that is sold at 20.49 pesos
  • There is more favorable data in various parts of the world for the application of the coronavirus vaccine

The Mexican peso appreciates this February 10 and takes advantage of the weakness of the dollar that sell at 20.49 pesos, according to the exchange rate, reported the news portal of The financial.

The coin Azteca reached a minimum of 20.0487 units, which was registered at 2:58 a.m., and a maximum of 20.1474 units, at 6:07 a.m.

In the field interbankAccording to data issued by Bloomberg, the currency appreciates 0.35 percent, at 20.02 units.

Mexican peso February 10

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These numbers are visualized because there is already more favorable data in various parts of the world for the application of the coronavirus vaccine.

About one in three Americans say they will or may not be vaccinated against COVID-19, according to a new survey.

Experts say that it is discouraging news if the country hopes to achieve herd immunity and defeat the epidemic, in the middle of the day that the Mexican peso takes advantage of this February 10 day.

The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research poll found that, while 67 percent plan to get vaccinated or have already done so, 15 percent said outright they won’t and 17 percent say it’s the most. probable. Many expressed doubts about the safety and efficacy of the vaccine.

The survey indicates that skepticism persists in significant proportion after a month and a half of a vaccination campaign in which few or no side effects have been recorded among those vaccinated. It found that resistance is greatest among young people, people without college degrees, black Americans, and Republicans.

Dr. Anthony Fauci, the government’s leading infectious disease specialist, estimates that 70-85% of the population need to be inoculated to stop the scourge that has killed nearly 470,000 people.

Mexican peso February 10

What is the best option to send money to Mexico from the United States?

This is the comparison of money transfer service providers, so that you can make a better decision when sending dollars to your relatives in Mexico:

Western Union takes the exchange rate at: 19.80 Mexican pesos for every dollar.

MoneyGram takes the exchange rate at: 19.59 Mexican pesos for every dollar.

Transferwise takes the exchange rate at: 20.06 Mexican pesos for every dollar.

Remitly takes the exchange rate at: 19.61 Mexican pesos for every dollar.

Pangea Money Transfer takes the exchange rate in: 19.53 Mexican pesos for every dollar.

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Mexican peso February 10

This Friday the government report on employment will be released, which is expected to show an increase in hiring around 100,000, according to the data provider FactSet. The unemployment rate is forecast to remain at 6.7 percent for the third month

Although the year began with hopes of an economic reactivation due to the application of the coronavirus vaccine, some analysts predict that the Mexican peso will lose against the dollar in 2021, according to the El Universal news agency.

However, they do not see the whole picture in a diffuse way, since they trust that this year oil and the Mexican Stock Exchange will achieve profits.

The dollar achieved a close of 2020 at 19.91 pesos and accumulated a depreciation of 5.5% or 1.04 units during the year, this due to the high volatility in the markets due to the coronavirus.

In addition, they point out that it is very possible that the wholesale exchange rate will depreciate to 20.30 pesos by the end of 2021, according to the results of the most recent survey that CitiBanamex carried out with more than 29 banks.

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