The price of the dollar in Mexico depreciated on Friday for the fourth consecutive day amid fewer concerns about the economic impact of the pandemic, although in a market reduced by the holiday period at the end of the year.
The exchange rate was quoted at 20,4036 pesos per dollar, with a loss of 0.27% compared to the Reuters reference price on Thursday, but was shaping up to close 2021 with a cumulative advance of 2.7%.
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The better mood in global markets was supported by signs that governments are trying to contain the rapid spread of the Omicron variant of COVID-19 without paralyzing productive activities.
In the last four sessions, the Mexican peso adds a return of 1.30%.
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