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    USD to MXN Forecasts

    USD/MXN forecasts change all the time, affected by news events and relative sentiment towards the US and Mexican economies and this exchange rate is even more volatile than usual because of the uncertainties around the Coranavirus pandemic and the increase US interest rates.

    Updated: Oct 10, 2021  
     

    1 USD = 20.36 MXN
    Sell USD  →  Buy MXN
    USD to MXN at 20.37 has risen 1.0% above its 90-day average, range 19.86-20.86.
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    Peso Outlook

    The US dollar surged to 6-Month Highs against the Mexican peso in October as as bond yields have risen sharply on predictions the US Fed will start tapering (cutting back on Bond purchases).

    But the peso was not alone as most other Latin American currencies dropped as the dollar strengthened.

    USD/MXN wasChangePeriod
    20.51
    04 Oct 2021
    0.4% 2 Weeks
    20.14
    20 Jul 2021
    1.4% 90 Days
    21.10
    18 Oct 2020
    3.2% 1 Year
    18.57
    19 Oct 2016
    10% 5 Years
    13.66
    21 Oct 2011
    49.5% 10 Years
    9.2268
    23 Oct 2001
    121.3% 20 Years
    USD/MXN change over periods to 18-Oct-2021

     

    Mexican Peso Market News

    In September the peso had gained in value back below the important psychological level of 20 against the greenback.

    In early June the Mexican peso had extended gains to below 19.7 vs the USD after election result were seen as less conducive to President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s agenda bout constitutional changes impacting the energy sector and independent entities.

    Still since the end of September 2020, the Mexican peso has gained around 10% against the dollar. The peso had also delivered the No.1 carry trade — the gains made by borrowing dollars and buying short-term peso-denominated securities — a reward for investors with the stomach to go in after a precipitous 18% selloff in the first half of 2020.

    The USD had a strong month in September, outperforming all the G10 currencies. The gains can be attributed to more ‘hawkish’ commentary from the US Federal Reserve, especially in comparison to the European Central Bank.

    According to OFX the USD trend for October is unclear.

    USD Outlook

    The foreign exchange market convention for USD/MXN is to quote Mexican peso as Peso per US dollar. Thus a higher USD/MXN rate actually means one peso is worth less, that is you can buy more peso for 1 USD.

    You can read about other USD exchange rate forecasts here US Dollar Trends and Forecasts for 2021.

     

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