On Friday, May 31, 2019 the average US Dollar exchange rate in Mexico was 1 Dollar = 19.3081 Pesos
⇧ 0.3676 1.94%
⇧ 0.3676 1.94%
|Banco de México - FIXFIX||19.6426|
|Banco de México - Interbancario 48 horasInterbancario||19.6555|
|DOF, Diario Oficial de la Federación||19.0683|
|Para pagos de obligacionesPara pagos||19.2395|
|SAT, Servicio de Administración Tributaria||19.0683|
|n = 15||18.9624||19.6538|
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The markets opened 270 points down on Friday morning, after President Trump threatened steep tariffs on Mexico, unless the border country takes dramatic action on illegal immigration and drugs.
The White House’s plan to tie tariffs to illegal immigration rattles investors and sends the Dow tumbling 300 points at the opening bell.
Investors dumped the Mexican peso and piled into haven assets Friday, as President Trump’s threat to impose tariffs on Mexico rattled global markets.
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Investors punished shares of companies with exposure to Mexico after President Trump said the U.S. would impose escalating tariffs on Mexican imports.
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Trump hits Mexico on trade to solve a U.S. immigration mess.
The peso plunged more than 3% on the news that US President Trump will impose a 5% tariff on all Mexican imports in order to pressure Mexico on migration.
Stocks and bond yields fell after President Trump threatened to impose escalating tariffs on Mexico, exacerbating growth concerns in an edgy market.
U.S. stocks opened sharply lower on Friday, hit by fears that President Donald Trump's shock threat of tariffs on Mexico could prove the trigger that pushes the world's largest economy into recession. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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1/MEXICAN STANDOFF ... IN JAPAN
Proposed U.S. tariffs on all imports from Mexico would hit sectors that have had little exposure to the Trump administration’s aggressive trade initiatives, including importers of autos, crude oil and fruits and vegetables.
Citigroup shares fell after President Trump threatened to impose new tariffs on imports from Mexico, a major market for the bank.
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U.S. stock futures were sharply lower as investors feared President Donald Trump’s threat of tariffs on Mexico exacerbated the risk of recession.
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U.S. stocks fell on Friday after President Donald Trump's shock threat of t...
Trump announced 5% tariffs on Mexican imports starting in 10 days, increasing 5% per month until they hit 25%. When you look at the costs to U.S. businesses and consumers from these and the 25% tariffs on Chinese goods, the economy is about to take a huge negative hit no matter what Trump says.
European auto makers face mounting losses if the U.S. decision to raise tariffs on Mexican exports by 5% isn’t settled soon, and their stock prices took a beating Friday with the Stoxx Europe 600 index losing almost 3.0% at 454.73.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is weighing a lawsuit against the White House over President Trump's Mexico tariffs, which begin in June.
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The values was the last recorded at the end of the day based on public information of each entity. Use the amounts values as references only. The dollar currency denoted is the 'US Dollar' designated by ISO4217 with the alpha code 'USD' and the numeric code '840'. The peso currency denoted is the 'Mexican New Peso' designated by ISO4217 with the alpha code 'MXN' and the numeric code '484'.