The peso loses in the international forex currency market, with an exchange rate of 19.0210 units per dollar, 10.37 cents more than the previous session, in the context of the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and decreases in oil prices.
The Mexican currency moves in the area of losses in the Foreign Exchange Market (Forex) during a day in which there is no activity in the financial markets at the local level for the holiday of the Mexican Revolution Day.
Investors turn their attention to NAFTA discussions, whose fifth round formally began last Friday and ends on Tuesday.
At the International Airport of Mexico City (AICM), the US forex currency is exchanged with a reduction in its price of 10 cents, in such a way that it is sold at 18.69 pesos and bought at 17.85 units.
Although in the country the financial markets do not have activity, in other regions of the world there are operations.
Regarding the market of energy raw materials, the oil referentials show an unfavorable behavior: the price of Brent of the North Sea decreases 1.77 percent and the West Texas Intermediate (WTI) decreases 1.57 percent.
In the United States, the Dow Jones industrial average increases 0.33 percent, Standard & Poor’s advances 0.08 percent and the Nasdaq 0.05 percent.