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On Thursday, July 1, 2021 the average US Dollar exchange rate in Mexico was 1 Dollar = 19.9182 Pesos

⇧ 0.0627 0.32%

Buy19.6841

Sell20.1522

Banking Day

Week To Date ⇧ 0.11 0.54%

Month To Date ⇧ 0.06 0.32%

Quarter To Date ⇧ 0.06 0.32%

Year To Date ⇧ 0.06 0.29%

With Biden ⇧ 0.30 1.53%

With AMLO ⇩ -0.17 -0.86%

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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
19.0020.50
Banco Azteca
19.1019.99
Banco BASE
19.793
Banco de México, FIXFIX
20.0368
Banco de México, Interbancario 48 hrsInterbancario
20.021
Banco de México, Interbancario 48 hrs aperturaApertura
19.973519.982
Banco de México, Interbancario 48 hrs cierreCierre
20.012520.021
Banco de México, Interbancario 48 hrs máximoMáximo
20.085
Banco de México, Interbancario 48 hrs mínimoMínimo
19.976
Banorte
18.9020.30
BBVA Bancomer
19.3620.36
CIBanco
20.04
Citibanamex
19.4420.46
DOF, Diario Oficial de la Federación
19.9062
Intercam
19.492620.5031
Monex
19.6220.62
Para pagos de obligacionesPara pagos
19.8157
Reuters
19.986
SAT, Servicio de Administración Tributaria
19.9062
Ve por mas
19.217520.7425
n = 2019.684120.1522
19.9182

Dollar news of Thursday, July 1, 2021

ABC News

Mexican migrants sent home a record $4.5 billion in May

Mexican migrants living abroad sent home a record money in May, topping $4.5 billion per month for the first time

ABC News

Court: Toppled rig's owners can't sue Coast Guard contractor

A federal appeals court says the owner of Gulf of Mexico oil wells broken in 2004 cannot demand damages from a federal contractor who says his equipment has captured enough oil to fill scores of tank trucks

Mexico News Daily > News

May remittances jump 31% over last year to US $4.5 billion

It was the 13th consecutive month that remittances – a key driver of the Mexican economy – increased on an annual basis.

Fox News

Reps. Scalise & Gonzales: Biden's border crisis – 2 things the president needs to do right now

There is a humanitarian and national security crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border, but you won’t hear it from President Joe Biden or Vice President Kamala Harris. The president and vice president are refusing to take responsibility for creating the disaster at the southern border. 

Washington Post > World

Migrants held in filthy conditions in Mexico border town

Mexico’s governmental human rights commission says migrants have been detained in filthy conditions in the border town of Piedras Negras, across from Eagle Pass, Texas

Washington Post > World

US publishes list of corrupt officials in Central America

The U.S. State Department has named more than 50 current and former officials, including former presidents and active lawmakers, suspected of corruption or undermining democracy in three Central American countries

Fox News

Illegal immigrants burglarize Texas ranch house, steal weapons and ammo: Border Patrol

A group of undocumented migrants broke into a Texas ranch house near the border with Mexico on Tuesday and stole firearms, ammunition and other items, authorities said.

Forbes > Crypto & Blockchain

SoftBank Invests $200 Million In Brazil’s Largest Crypto Exchange

Brazil’s leading cryptocurrency exchange, Mercado Bitcoin, today announced it raised $200 million from the SoftBank Latin America Fund. The investment values Mercado’s parent company, 2TM Group, at $2.1 billion and is SoftBank’s largest capital injection in a Latin America crypto company.

Nina Bambysheva
Washington Post > World

Covid-19 global updates: Pandemic worsens across Latin America amid ‘unacceptable’ gap in vaccine access, health officials say

The deteriorating situation in Latin America stood in contrast to the growing virus outbreak in Britain, where health officials say mass vaccinations have helped keep covid-related deaths down.

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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'.