Mexico City. Today, Friday, November 27, 2020, the dollar is trading up $ 20.08 Mexican Pesos, according to the platform investing.com. At the start of this session, the Mexican currency has no major movements compared to yesterday’s close on Thursday, when the Banxico recorded that the Banxico that the spot interbank dollar ended at $ 20.06 pesos per unit and the FIX dollar at $ 20.04. This represented a drop of 8 cents from Wednesday, when the US currency closed below 20 pesos to drop at 19.98 pesos.
One of the factors that has changed the peso dollar parity is, on the one hand, information on the rise of Covid-19 infections in different parts of the world. In the US, the states of California and Texas registered record numbers of new cases. According to EFE, Italy, the United Kingdom, France and Spain have in turn increased their death rates in recent days.
On the other hand, an error was disclosed yesterday during clinical trials with one of the coronavirus vaccines developed by the pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford. This could have changed the result where they were 70.4% effective. This generates uncertainty in the markets, eagerly awaiting a formula for the economies to fully reactivate after a massive application.
Dollar price in real time:
The dollar is traded in Mexican banks with the highest price on sale at $ 21.49 at HSBC, while the lowest for purchase is $ 19.00 at Banbajío, according to Dollar.info.
As for the euro, it is priced at $ 23.97 peso, at $ 26.80 peso of the British pound in general average.
Oil price in real time:
The price of West Texas Intermediate oil is $ 45.26 a barrel. The cost is close to what it recorded months before the coronavirus crisis halted much of the global economic activity.
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