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On Tuesday, June 2, 2020 the average US Dollar exchange rate in Mexico was 1 Dollar = 21.7717 Pesos

⇩ -0.2467 -1.12%

Buy21.5247

Sell22.0186

Banking Day

Week To Date ⇩ -0.35 -1.57%

Month To Date ⇩ -0.35 -1.57%

Quarter To Date ⇩ -1.67 -7.14%

Year To Date ⇧ 3.07 16.41%

With Trump ⇧ 0.02 0.11%

With AMLO ⇧ 1.68 8.37%

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1 USD = MXN
Comparison table of one Dollar exchange rate to Mexican Pesos that was published by banks and the Mexican government entities.
EntityDollarsPesosBuySell
Afirme
20.7022.70
Banco Azteca
20.7021.79
Banco BASE
22.86
Banco de México, FIXFIX
21.6827
Banco de México, Interbancario 48 hrsInterbancario
21.751
Banco de México, Interbancario 48 hrs aperturaApertura
21.77421.79
Banco de México, Interbancario 48 hrs cierreCierre
21.73521.751
Banco de México, Interbancario 48 hrs máximoMáximo
21.79
Banco de México, Interbancario 48 hrs mínimoMínimo
21.593
Banorte
20.6522.05
BBVA Bancomer
21.1622.06
CIBanco
21.91
Citibanamex
21.2022.13
DOF, Diario Oficial de la Federación
22.0168
Inbursa
21.2022.20
Intercam
21.3822.00
IXE
20.6522.05
Monex
21.4122.41
Para pagos de obligacionesPara pagos
22.1778
Reuters
21.6625
SAT, Servicio de Administración Tributaria
22.0168
n = 2121.524722.0186
21.7717

Dollar news of Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Mexico News Daily > Coronavirus

Beer is back: the new normal means the drought is over

Although most of the country remains in the red on the government’s stoplight system for the reactivation of the economy, beer is back in production.

U.S.

Exclusive: Mexico probes Libre Abordo's oil-for-food pact with Venezuela

The Mexican government's financial crime department is investigating Libre Abordo, a Mexico-based firm that received millions of barrels of Venezuelan crude under an oil-for-food pact, in a probe coordinated with U.S. agencies, the department's chief, Santiago Nieto, told Reuters.

Mexico News Daily > Coronavirus

Health organization: don't reopen if virus continues spreading

The Pan American Health Organization has warned Mexico not to reopen the economy if the Covid-19 pandemic is still growing.

ABC News

Mexico finds links to over $1 billlion in cartel money

Mexican financial regulators have frozen the bank accounts of 1,939 people believed to be linked to movements of about $1.1 billion in Jalisco drug cartel money

U.S.

Mexico freezes almost 2,000 accounts linked to powerful cartel

Mexico's Financial Intelligence Unit, a part of the finance ministry tasked with combating and preventing money laundering, said Tuesday it had asked banks to freeze nearly 2,000 accounts allegedly linked to the powerful Jalisco New Generation Cartel.

Washington Post

Mexico’s hospitals strain to treat coronavirus as officials say cases are peaking

The country has limited testing, and workers have increasingly ignored a lightly enforced lockdown. Doctors worry the fragile health system could be overwhelmed.

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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'.