USD MXN Exchange Rate, Live USD to MXN Forex Rate at Forex ...

http://twitter.com/forex_in_world/status/12620009083318190083 U.S. Dollar Setups: USD/CAD, NZD/USD, USD/MXN https://t.co/DgvAB9j1RR— FOREX IN WORLD (@forex_in_world) May 17, 2020

http://twitter.com/forex_in_world/status/12620009083318190083 U.S. Dollar Setups: USD/CAD, NZD/USD, USD/MXN https://t.co/DgvAB9j1RR— FOREX IN WORLD (@forex_in_world) May 17, 2020 submitted by Red-its to forextweet [link] [comments]

USD/MXN Price Update | Forex news 22/11

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[LiveSquawk] RT @Francesc_Forex: Rabobank 3/3: Some election risk has been priced into MXN but we see further weakness ahead and expect USD/MXN to trade…

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Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: April swing trades AUD/USD, USD/MXN, USD/CNH, dollar strength dwindling? /r/Forex

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Explanation of the charts I posted earlier

I'll try to explain. The context is the concept of purchasing power parity: https://www.reddit.com/Forex/comments/fliz8m/purchasing_power_parity_ppp_in_fx/
The concept is that the numbers themselves can tell you a lot, for example, the rate of a pair, say AUD/CAD specifically state what the AUDJPY and CADJPY should be. The AUDCAD is 0.83183 which means 1 CAD is equal to 1.20216 AUD. So however many JPY you can get for a AUD you should be able to get 1.20216 times more JPY for a CAD.
AUDJPY = 64.201
64.201 x 1.20216 = CADJPY = 77.17987
DISEQUILLIBRIUM:
But the actual market price is CADJPY=76.974. Which means there is a disequilibrium between what the actual rate is. It can be quantified as the difference, -0.20587. I've taken that concept and expanded it to all currencies in a pretty large spreadsheet. The aggregate disequilibrium is accounted for each pair.
CURRENCY WEIGHT:
For this example, both the AUD is putting -0.20587 "weight" on the CADJPY and the CAD is putting -0.20587 "wieght" on the AUDJPY. This is collected for each individual currency and added together to represent the weight.
INDEX STRENGTH:
For example:
EUGBP 0.91447
USD/GBP 0.86211
CHF/GBP 0.87428
CAD/GBP 0.60099
AUD/GBP 0.50116
NZD/GBP 0.50600
JPY/GBP 0.007776594
ZAGBP 0.0484013
NOKGBP 0.0717705
HKD/GBP 0.110299
CNH/GBP 0.119747
SGD/GBP 0.588505
TRY/GBP 0.129911
SEK/GBP 0.0821385
DKK/GBP 0.12234
PLN/GBP 0.200372
MXN/GBP 0.0348339
RUB/GBP 0.0106524
Which averages out to 12.20271181 for the GBP. When this is done for each currency and added together which comes to 80.2174589.
GBP 12.20271181 15.21%
EUR 10.70881522 13.35%
USD 10.43321516 13.01%
CHF 9.209341569 11.48%
CAD 7.268234336 9.06%
SGD 7.16468796 8.93%
AUD 6.058258744 7.55%
NZD 6.065011193 7.56%
PLN 2.411473714 3.01%
TRY 1.541615401 1.92%
DKK 1.441292277 1.80%
CNH 1.411273128 1.76%
HKD 1.290361376 1.61%
SEK 0.952565391 1.19%
NOK 0.839225708 1.05%
ZAR 0.54313985 0.68%
MXN 0.507674255 0.63%
JPY 0.094083269 0.12%
RUB 0.074478539 0.09%
I've found that charting isn't needed to understand what prices should be now. They help in understanding what motivates people to have money exposed. Charts are in the psychological part of trading.
Edit: The JPY pairs are calculated times 0.01, that's why it's index is greater than RUB. I guess I can't post the charts anymore.
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USD/MXN - what's next?

Bought over $300K in MXN (live here) a few weeks back...plan to invest in Real Estate. Concerned about further peso devaluation though, maybe even bank crash in MX? Anyways, made quite a bit buying those MXN pesos and pricing in country has held so far with pandemic. Feel the need to buy real estate sooner than later but can potentially get some deals if prices depress significantly. Also considering some forex trading with the MXN to protect the gain I got but not sure where to start with that. Any advice?
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10CFDS REVIEW

Overview:

The offshore broker 10CFDS is situated in Belize. It provides many trading instruments, consist of more than forty FX pairs and binary CFDs. The leverage is up to 1:200 and is provided on a web-based trading terminal. However, it's regulatory and license status is not at all promising. If any of you are willing to trade with it, make sure to read this 10CFDS review first.

About 10CFDS:

The broker 10CFDS provides all sorts of trading instruments. It involves forty-six FX pairs viz SD/HKD, USD/MXN, USD/CZK, USD/RUB, USD/SEK, USD/NOK, USD/SGD, USD/PLN, USD/ZAR, USD/TRY, and USD/DKK. It also provides CFDs on natural resources, the farm produces, twenty-four indexes, shares, and cryptocurrencies.
The leverage offered by this broker is 1:200. Many Markets Authority has decided to allow the maximum leverage of 1:30. The broker's offerings miss on the regulator’s directives. The payment can be made by cards, wire transfer, PaySafeCard, Neteller, Skrill, and Western Union. Unfortunately, the broker does not accept payment via bitcoins. To start trading with 10CFDS traders are required to deposit $250 only. This requirement is acceptable but several regulated brokers in the market accept very low initial deposits.
The SPEED SOLUTIONS Ltd is the owner of the 10CFDS trademark and is registered in Belize. The firm claims to be regulated by the local International Financial Services Commission. The client's payments are processed by the Estonian firm named SPEED PAYMENTS OU.
The IFSC does not require strict prerequisites to offer regulation. It also loosely oversees such brokers. Hence there is no guarantee for the safety of funds. All reputed regulators have banned controversial trading bonuses but the broker under consideration offers several bonuses. These bonuses are merged with uncontrolled trading practices such as the requirement of the specified trading volume. If these conditions are not fulfilled, the broker can cancel your trading account, locking invested funds.
Furthermore, the withdrawal process at 10CFDS may take up to 21 working days to be processed. This time frame is lengthy. Also, the withdrawal is charged with a 3.5% service fee, $ 1.5 is charged as a profit clearance fee, and an additional $ 20 is applicable as a monthly maintenance fee. A regulated broker does not have such practices. The provided spread of 3 pips can be seen on EURUSD FX pair while checking the web-based trading platform. This spread is high and attractive but it raises the cost of trading. For higher profit, tighter spreads are anticipated. The broker claims to offer to trade on the MT platform but in reality, it offers some web-based platform.

Is 10CFDS scam or legit?

The above discussion indicates several flaws of this broker. The regulation of this broker does not cover investment refunds. The broker is also offshore. We are convinced that the broker is hazardous to the trader's fund and can be a forex scam broker. Staying away from this broker is advised.
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The US Fed: salvation cometh

The US Fed: salvation cometh
Economy bailout

Until recently, observers were complaining that the US Fed’s financial aid was not enough to keep the American economy going at acceptable pace. Well, it seems their prayers were heard: the Fed is opening its unlimited power to the market now. Its’ aid will be literally unlimited: Jerome Powell’s team promised to buy as many government-backed bonds and mortgage-backed securities as its required to ensure the virus hit doesn’t inflict too much damage. “Aggressive efforts must be taken across the public and private sectors to limit the losses to jobs and incomes and to promote a swift recovery once the disruptions abate”, the Fed stated on Monday.

Essentially, that means, while the congress keeps discussing a $2trln stimulus, the Fed steps in to finance businesses and individuals directly, extending their support much beyond critical parts of the economy. That’s about time: observers predict the inevitable recession to the US economy and job losses in the rage of 1mln due to the coronavirus.
Forex

The US dollar responded immediately, as it was supposed to just like in any other case of such a large currency influx: it eased its grip on the market. Even the weak currencies such as MXN, TRY and RUB got an opportunity to relax a bit after an unstoppable onslaught of the USD. Gold surged as well, taking back its privileges as a safe-haven commodity.

Stocks

S&P dropped to 2175 – its lowest market since 2016. But the Fed’s actions made it get back up to 2320. Observers comment that although there still is certain bearish potential, there are reasons to expect recovery over the pass. For this reason, it is a good moment to watch for the pick-up signs for a possible buy in the nearest future.

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xRapid simulator from Matt Hamilton & comparison to instantaneous Forex exchange rate.

I've taken the xRapid simulator from Matt Hamilton and added the comparison to instantaneous Forex exchange rate.
Depending on the order books, FX fluctuations, and the amount , xRapid fees for USD to MXN are currently in the range of 1-2%.
Code here to play: https://github.com/hmatejx/xrapid-sim
$ python3 xrapid-sim.py 5000 bittrex USD bitso MXN Getting order book for XRP/USD from Bittrex + Bought 13363.57 XRP @ 0.2910 + Bought 3805.48 XRP @ 0.2920 Total Bought: 17169.05 XRP Buy trade fee: 42.92 XRP Net: 17126.13 XRP Sending the 17126.13 XRP from Bittrex to Bitso Getting order book for XRP/MXN from Bitso - Sold 2502.67 XRP @ 5.5800 - Sold 14623.46 XRP @ 5.5100 Total dest amount: 94540.17 MXN Sell trade fee: 614.51 MXN Net: 93925.66 MXN xRapid comparison to Forex exchange rates ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Total dest amount (FX): 95306.75 MXN xRapid efficiency (FX): 98.55% xRapid fees (FX): 1.45% 
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Forex and local exchange brokers/houses.

Hello everyone,
In my city we have lots of exchange houses for USD - MXN at $17.8 MXN. In Xrates.com and several other websites I´ve seen the rate at $18.43 MXN.
Can I just buy USD in my exchange houses and sell online? I could be making 1 USD for every 30 USD I trade.
Am I missing something here? At which point does it become money laundering If I just go back and forth between forex and Exchange houses?
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Traveling to Mexico - Forex Kiosk at airport OR Reloadable Travel Mastercard?

For a vacation to Mexico, it's an all-inclusive resort, so I don't plan to spend much money, but there is always "something" that requires payment. So maybe in the range of $CAD 400.
Am I better off using the Forex kiosk at the airport to change $CAD 400 to MXN.... and then when coming back changing MXN back to CAD?
Or should I get those Mastercard/Visa Reloadable Travel cards from Post Office?
On the travel card, there is a $15 purchase fee, plus other fees for reloading or withdrawing in cash. However the benefit is that when you have a currency loaded onto the card, if you don't have enough of the right currency, it will autoconvert for free (exchange rate applies).
So if I come back with $CAD350 worth of MXN left on the card, I can just use the card in Canada for a regular purchase, and it will autoconvert the remainder of MXN to CAD. (Or so I think).
Meanwhile, I am not even sure what the exchange fees are at a Forex kios at the airport... but I am sure they are not favorable.
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Huachi's Big Fat Election Week ~~Gambling~~ Trading Thread (6NOV-11NOV)

Ha! Strikethrough doesn't work on titles. So noted.
Well, it's here: One of the worst elections in US history, two despicable candidates, outraged anger amongst the populous, and economic turmoil, all right around the corner, just for you, this Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday! Will the market go up? Down? Right? Left??!! Who the hell knows, and that is why we are putting this thread up.
So, listen, there have already been a plethora of threads asking for advice on par with Brexit: "Which way will it go if XXXXXXXX wins?" "What about EUR?" "What about MXN?" "What about KPW?" "How do I get rich off of this??!" The answer: you don't. Unless you have stops set, have a plan, or have secret Illuminati knowledge of which candidate is supposed to win, we recommend that you don't "play" the elections. Wait until Wednesday morning and see which way the market is going. Get ready for some chop.
New traders especially: This is a rare event that has the capability to move the market in exponential directions, also has the potential for whipsawing markets radically. If you are new, do not gamble. This is not a game: you can lose a significant portion of your account including being stopped out, margin called, or potentially being negative balanced.
All traders - Within this thread post what you think the market is going to do, what your plans are, how you plan to trade.
The usual criterion: I do my best to delete empty posts. I want to see charts, SL, TP, entry (if any), and reason for the trade.
Remember that there are additional margin requirements across most brokers; take this into consideration when doing your maths. Also, watch those spreads! It's probably going to be ridiculous on Tuesday.
What is an /Forex denizen to do?
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Coinapult vs Bitreserve

I’m fairly new to bitcoin but have about 3 years experience with forex trading (MXN/USD mostly) and bitcoin’s volatility looks to me like a great opportunity for smart traders to make some money. So I’ve started looking at the best (= cheapest, fastest, safest) way to trade BTC/USD.
Everything I've read here indicates that Coinapult is cheaper than Bitreserve. It turns out that’s not the case. Coinapult costs 20%+ more than Bitreserve to go from BTC to USD to BTC.
Side-by-side screenshots of roundtrip transactions here.
Coinapult doesn’t charge anything to go from BTC to USD, but they give a worse BTC/USD exchange rate than Bitreserve (they buy low and sell high).
Bitreserve charges a 0.45% commission but they give the mid-market (spot) rate for BTC/USD.
I’m not done with my investigation (there’s a bunch of other ways to trade BTC/USD out there: Bitshares, Bitstamp, Coinbase, OKcoin, etc. I’m even looking at Coinjar (for BTC/AUD)).
I’ll share what I learn as I go.
Coinapult BTC=>USD=>BTC Roundtrip:
BTC=>USD: 0.9999 BTC locked at a rate of 232.69 USD / BTC = USD 232.69673 locked
USD=>BTC: USD 232.69 USD unlocked at a rate of 235.47 USD / BTC = BTC 0.98819383
Total Cost Coinapult: BTC: 0.0118 (1.171%)
Bitreserve BTC=>USD=>BTC Roundtrip:
BTC=>USD: 0.9999 BTC transferred at a rate of 233.61 USD / BTC = USD 232.55 credited (USD 1.06 commission (0.45%)).
USD=>BTC: USD 232.55 transferred to the BTC card at a rate of 233.67 USD/BTC = 0.99070728 BTC (BTC 0.00447834 commission(0.45%)).
Total Cost Bitreserve: BTC: 0.00929 (0.919%)
TL/DR: Coinapult costs 20% more for BTC=>USD=>BTC roundtrip.
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Market report 1/25/18: JPY, MXN

Yesterday was a good day to short the USD. I had issues with my trade execution I need to correct, but I've got some decent positions backed by break-even SLs that I'm hoping will bear fruit going forward. The big thing I learned was the power of waiting for news. During news it's important to make bigger plays rather than small ones. For some reason, I had that backwards! :-P
I'm still short USD, but I'm not convinced it's time to double-down yet. I'm expecting at least some consolidation before having to make a decision. I don't want to ruin my positions by adding now only to be stopped out because price reached the average of my two entries.
Today there was some negative news out of Mexico. Minor reports, but sales data is down. I'm expecting Mexico to fall off given the reports of crime coming out of there. No one I know here in the US wants to vacation there. That has to hurt their bottom line, so I'm long USDMXN for a very small play against the recent low 18.3 established 6am PST. If my broker offered anything other than USD against MXN I would take it. I tried to short USDMXN before and got burned, so like I say, very minor play here, especially considering the negative carry trade.
3:30pm PST today is the JPY announcement. No change in interest rates or core CPI are forecast. YoY inflation is projected higher, but MoM is lower. Overall it appears to be a non-event, other than it could perhaps project USDJPY lower.
I of course had a USDJPY position yesterday, but I got stopped out. Later in the day I took a contrarian position to one of our forum members and went short NZDJPY. It was an accident, on reflection AUDNZD was probably a better play. But now I have short NZDJPY and am also in a long EURJPY from before. I'm confident in my SL in both of these and don't anticipate the BoJ announcement is going to have an affect on these trades.
Instead what I'd like to do is watch closely how USDJPY reacts to the announcement. Whichever way it goes that's how I'm going to play it, with a SL above or below the 4-hour candle (since the announcement is at the start of a new daily).
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Is my math right? MXN is best currency for US citizen to bring to Cuba right now.

I made a spreadsheet:
https://imgur.com/a/74KvE
Are there any other complications around using MXN in Cuba? I was surprised to see MXN was the best choice. I wonder if it is because Trump's election affected USD:MXN so much?
The CUC rates are from http://www.banco-metropolitano.com.cu/
The USD exchange rates are from my bank's customer forex exchange rates: https://www.bankofamerica.com/foreign-exchange/currency-converter.go
*edit: I added the "USD no tax" line for curiosity and reference, I know there is still a 10% tax on USD... um, right?
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My 2015 savings plan... (what do you think?)

Hi there,
Not so long ago, I've met cryptocurrencies and I like the idea a lot. I'm a bitcoin supporter and I think it makes a good long term investment (although I know it is not it's main purpose to be an investment vehicle but rather an exchange method/currency for the future).
Currently I'm making what I call "extra money" each month (around $200 USD I guess)... I know it is not a lot, but it's money I can save without affecting my economy. The thing is, over the years this money has been spent into banal things and for this 2015 I would like to make things differently, this is my idea:
Of those (monthly) $200 USD, I would like to put 90% into Bitcoin and 10% into Yandex.Money (RUB) each month to diversify my savings. Now, besides that money I'm talking about, someone owes me like $1,000 USD (dunno if they'll ever get paid or not) but if they are, I wanna buy YNDX Stock with them (I've never bought stock before, I'm living in México, any advice?) OR maybe enter into the FOREX market by buying either JPY/EUGBP/CNY
(Quick note: any other ideas about where can I invest those $1,000 USD if they ever get paid to me?, I've already discarded silver and gold coins because I find them hard to trade/exchange in México in order to get MXN).
Finally I'm also planning to recieve income from paid advertising on my website, and if that's successful I want to keep that income in MXN in my personal savings account.
The reason I made this savings plan is because I'm living "out of the system" (I'm an entrepreneur, not working in any company besides my emerging startup) and I want to start securing my future by having a savings/retirement fund available for when I'm older.
What do you think of my ideas? Do you have any other advice for me?
P.S. Yes, I know even in the bitcoin website they suggest that bitcoin is way to volatile to put your "life savings" into it, so that's why I'm going to experiment with my money in 2015 and see how much "financial performance" I get out of this new "bitcoin centric" plan, but do you have any beforehand forecast?
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My 2015 savings plan... (what do you think?) [cross-posted in /r/Bitcoin]

Hi there, Not so long ago, I've met cryptocurrencies and I like the idea a lot. I'm a bitcoin supporter and I think it makes a good long term investment (although I know it is not it's main purpose to be an investment vehicle but rather an exchange method/currency for the future). Currently I'm making what I call "extra money" each month (around $200 USD I guess)... I know it is not a lot, but it's money I can save without affecting my economy. The thing is, over the years this money has been spent into banal things and for this 2015 I would like to make things differently, this is my idea: Of those (monthly) $200 USD, I would like to put 90% into Bitcoin and 10% into Yandex.Money (RUB) each month to diversify my savings. Now, besides that money I'm talking about, someone owes me like $1,000 USD (dunno if they'll ever get paid or not) but if they are, I wanna buy YNDX Stock with them (I've never bought stock before, I'm living in México, any advice?) OR maybe enter into the FOREX market by buying either JPY/EUGBP/CNY (Quick note: any other ideas about where can I invest those $1,000 USD if they ever get paid to me?, I've already discarded silver and gold coins because I find them hard to trade/exchange in México in order to get MXN). Finally I'm also planning to recieve income from paid advertising on my website, and if that's successful I want to keep that income in MXN in my personal savings account. The reason I made this savings plan is because I'm living "out of the system" (I'm an entrepreneur, not working in any company besides my emerging startup) and I want to start securing my future by having a savings/retirement fund available for when I'm older. What do you think of my ideas? Do you have any other advice for me? P.S. Yes, I know even in the bitcoin website they suggest that bitcoin is way to volatile to put your "life savings" into it, so that's why I'm going to experiment with my money in 2015 and see how much "financial performance" I get out of this new "bitcoin centric" plan, but do you have any beforehand forecast?
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Top 10 Most-Traded Currencies

I saw this graph in an article in the Wall Street Journal today: http://img542.imageshack.us/img542/6287/8p8l.jpg
It shows the top 10 most-traded currencies in the world and their historical rankings. The data were compiled from an annual survey conducted by the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) which also shows that the average trading volume in the forex market is now $5.3 trillion a day. That's an increase of 33% since 2010.
Interesting to see the Yuan and the Peso crack the top 10. I've never placed a live MXN trade, since I try to stick to the majors. I might reconsider that stance now. How about you guys? Which of these 10 currencies do you trade? Do you trade any currencies that aren't in the top 10?
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Any bitcoiners in Mexico City?

I've hit up everyone on localbitcoins.com, but I thought I might reach out here.
I'm in the US and need to send pesos (about $15,000 = $1,000) to a friend in Mexico. I don't want to deal with Western Union (costs and forex rip-off) and my friend doesn't want bitcoin, so I suggested sending him bitpesos and connect him with a bitcoiner willing to cash him out in pesos.
I figure 4% commission might attract some crypto-preneurs.
The transaction would look like this:
  1. I send MXN15,000 from my USD card on Bitreserve to my friend in Mexico's Bitreserve account. Cost to me of .95% to go from bitUSD=>bitMXN.
  2. My friend meets up with a bitcoiner in Mexico City and transfers MXN15,000 to his BR account in exchange for MXN15,000 - 4% commission = MXN14,400.
  3. Bitcoiner flips MXN15,000 to BTC at a conversion cost of .95%.
So total cost to me and my friend is 4.95% (less than WU and profit goes to bitcoiner rather than WU).
Total profit to bitcoiner is 3+% (4%-.95%).
Any takers?
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Dollar has worst week in over a year amid political uncertainty

This is an automatic summary, original reduced by 52%.
NEW YORK The U.S. dollar fell on Friday, adding to its worst week since April 2016 against a basket of major currencies, and having surrendered the gains made since Donald Trump was elected U.S. president.
The dollar index, which tracks the greenback against a basket of six world currencies, has shed more than 2 percent this week.
Uproar over Trump's recent firing of FBI Director James Comey, who was overseeing an investigation into possible links between the president's team and Russia, has pressured the dollar.
"The dollar overall, across the board, has been getting beat up this week and a lot of that has to do with the political risk here in DC," said John Doyle, director of markets at Tempus Inc in Washington.
The dollar fell 0.3 percent against the yen to 111.14 JPY= and had its first weekly drop in five against the Japanese currency.
The dollar fell 3.3 percent against the Brazilian real BRL=. Oil-linked emerging market currencies like the Mexican MXN= and Colombian pesos COP= and the Russian rouble RUB= gained around 1 percent versus the dollar, also boosted by a rise in oil prices.
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Forex Today Strategy Session: How To Scalp The Mexican Peso and Why It Works Forex Trading the Peso USDMXN - YouTube LIVE TRADE ON THE USD/MXN FX Quant Analysis: USD/NOK, USD/MXN - Londinium FX - YouTube USDMXN 2,500+ Pip TRADE!?!? Harmonic spotted!

This is the forex quote for the U.S. Dollar against the Mexican Peso. In this quote, the value of one USD (the 'base currency') is quoted in terms of MXN (the 'counter currency'). View product details for the USD/MXN. ... FOREX.com is a trading name of GAIN Global Markets Inc. which is authorized and regulated by the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority under the Securities Investment Business Law of the Cayman Islands (as revised) with License number 25033. Mexican Peso USD MXN currency real time mexican peso forex rates Mexican Peso tick charts mexican peso forecast trading interbank mexican peso quotes foreign exchange peso mexican peso fx forecast. The MXN forward exchange rate (also referred to as forward rate or forward price or MXN forecast) is the exchange rate at which a bank agrees to exchange Mexican Peso for another currency at a future date when it enters into a forward contract with an investor.Multinational corporations, banks, and other financial institutions enter into forward contracts to take advantage of the MXN forward ... In finance, an $150k USD to MXN exchange rate is the US Dollar to >Mexican Peso rate at which $150k US Dollar to Mexican Peso will be exchanged for another. It is also regarded as the value of $150k USD to MXN in relation to another currency. For example, an interbank exchange rate of 114 Japanese yen to the United States dollar means that ¥114 will be exchanged for each US$1 or that US$1 ...

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Forex Today Strategy Session: How To Scalp The Mexican Peso and Why It Works

Zxplus sells for flat $50 with 3 EA's http://bit.ly/zxplus I've been studying the Peso for months now and trading it live for several weeks. I generally get ... Potensi Sell USD/MXN DI area2 yg sdh di tampilkan di charting Jgn lupa Money Management yah temen2. Good Luck !!! @paian_cfx Telegram Grup channel edukasi dan signal bebas Pake free di : t.me/phay_fx Alejandro Zambrano from Londinium FX talks through quant analysis of USD/NOK and USD/MXN, which indicates - · USD/NOK should be trading around 8.65 · USD/MXN... Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube. Forex Today Strategy Session: How To Scalp The Mexican Peso and Why It Works - Duration: 1:22:14. Forex.Today 683 views. 1:22:14.

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