On Tuesday, May 4, 2021 the average US Dollar exchange rate in Mexico was 1 Dollar = 20.1468 Pesos

⇩ -0.0004 -0%



Banking Day

Week To Date ⇧ 0.03 0.15%

Month To Date ⇧ 0.04 0.19%

Quarter To Date ⇩ -0.24 -1.16%

Year To Date ⇧ 0.29 1.44%

With Biden ⇧ 0.53 2.7%

With AMLO ⇧ 0.06 0.28%

Comparison table of one Dollar exchange rate to Mexican Pesos that was published by banks and the Mexican government entities.
Banco Azteca
Banco BASE
Banco de México, FIXFIX
Banco de México, Interbancario 48 hrsInterbancario
Banco de México, Interbancario 48 hrs aperturaApertura
Banco de México, Interbancario 48 hrs cierreCierre
Banco de México, Interbancario 48 hrs máximoMáximo
Banco de México, Interbancario 48 hrs mínimoMínimo
BBVA Bancomer
DOF, Diario Oficial de la Federación
Para pagos de obligacionesPara pagos
SAT, Servicio de Administración Tributaria
Ve por mas
n = 2019.908320.3854

Dollar news of Monday, May 3, 2021


Inside a smuggling operation moving migrants across the US-Mexico border

The smugglers are brothers and run the business out of their family home, smuggling people into the US with the help of one brother's 14 year-old son. Makeshift ladders laid out in the backyard were the only real giveaway of the family business.

Mail Online > News

Migrant killed after being hit by a border patrol vehicle in Texas

A Honduran migrant died and another was injured after they were struck by a U.S. Border Patrol vehicle near the United States-Mexico border in Texas on Thursday.


Migrants separated from their children will be allowed into the US

A handful of parents from Mexico and Central America who were deported under the Trump administration's family separation policy will be reunited this week with their children

Mexico News Daily > Opinion

López Obrador flouts constitution in battle against Mexico’s institutions

As the halfway point in his term approaches, the president's vow to respect the law appears increasingly tenuous.

Washington Post > World

Mexico worries about scorn if another drug lord is released

Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador is worried that yet another shadowy release of a drug lord is about to make Mexico a target of international ridicule

Washington Post > Business

Analysis | Why Mexico’s Shadow Banks Are Raising Investor Fears

Spooky things can come out of the shadows, and shadow banks, as non-bank lenders are called, have been a source of unpleasant surprises for markets across the globe over the years. Now shadow banks in Mexico, where they have boomed recently, are giving investors the willies after two of the largest of them announced sharp revisions to their financial statements. Bonds for a range of lenders plummeted on fears of what else might be lurking in the sector -- fears compounded by the deep cuts made t

Mexico News Daily > News

Navy plans to build high-speed boats to combat narcos, other threats

The navy has requested more than 1 billion pesos to build 30 high speed immediate response vessels to combat threats in Mexican waters.

Fox News

House Republicans question Biden's 'naive' plan to send cash to Central America to stop migration

EXCLUSIVE: Republicans on the House Oversight and Budget committees are questioning a reported plan by the Biden administration to send cash payments to Central America as part of a strategy to combat the root causes of the migrant crisis -- accusing the Biden administration of trying to buy its way out of a crisis.

Fox News

US begins reuniting some families separated at Mexico border

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) this week will begin reuniting a handful of families who were separated under the Trump administration's "zero-tolerance" policy on illegal immigration.


First migrant families reunited in 'beginning' of larger effort

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced on Monday that four families who were separated at the U.S.-Mexico border during the Trump administration will be reunited this week in the U.S

Washington Post > National

As U.S. seeks to outsource immigration enforcement, Mexico gains leverage

Migration will be focus of Vice President Harris’s meeting with Mexico’s president on Friday

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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'.