Mexican Peso Overview

The Mexican peso (sign: $; code: MXN) is the currency of Mexico. Modern peso and dollar currencies have a common origin in the 15th–19th century-Spanish dollar, most continuing to use its sign, "$". The Mexican peso is the 11th most traded currency in the world, the third most traded currency from America (after the United States dollar and Canadian dollar), and the most traded currency from Latin America.The current ISO 4217 code for the peso is MXN; prior to the 1993 revaluation (see below), the code MXP was used. The peso is subdivided into 100 centavos, represented by "¢". As of 3 September 2018, the peso's exchange rate was $22.21 per euro and $19.14 per U.S. dollar.

Mexican Peso to USD Exchange rates Chart

Mexican Peso to USD Exchange rates Chart

Mexican Peso Exchange rates Table

Exchange Mexican Peso You buy MXN You sell MXN
Japanese Yen 0.211 4.735
US Dollar 22.732 0.044
Euro 24.781 0.040
British Pound 27.659 0.036
Canadian Dollar 16.241 0.062
Australian Dollar 14.858 0.067

Mexican Peso Tweets

Mexican Peso added 1 tweet
2020-05-16 03:14:21 UTC
RT @fionamackie14: Latam exchange rates: Chile, Peru and Colombia have gained some ground since March, and even Mexican peso has stabi… https://t.co/8Dj8PDxICe
Mexican Peso added 1 tweet
2020-05-16 03:10:18 UTC
RT @fionamackie14: Latam exchange rates: Chile, Peru and Colombia have gained some ground since March, and even Mexican peso has stabi… https://t.co/8Dj8PDxICe
Mexican Peso added 1 tweet
2020-05-16 03:06:41 UTC
RT @fionamackie14: Latam exchange rates: Chile, Peru and Colombia have gained some ground since March, and even Mexican peso has stabi… https://t.co/8Dj8PDxICe
Mexican Peso added 1 tweet
2020-05-16 03:00:41 UTC
RT @fionamackie14: Latam exchange rates: Chile, Peru and Colombia have gained some ground since March, and even Mexican peso has stabi… https://t.co/8Dj8PDxICe
Mexican Peso added 1 tweet
2020-05-16 02:54:17 UTC
RT @fionamackie14: Latam exchange rates: Chile, Peru and Colombia have gained some ground since March, and even Mexican peso has stabi… https://t.co/8Dj8PDxICe
Mexican Peso added 1 tweet
2020-05-16 02:53:33 UTC
RT @fionamackie14: Latam exchange rates: Chile, Peru and Colombia have gained some ground since March, and even Mexican peso has stabi… https://t.co/8Dj8PDxICe
Mexican Peso added 1 tweet
2020-05-16 02:50:01 UTC
RT @fionamackie14: Latam exchange rates: Chile, Peru and Colombia have gained some ground since March, and even Mexican peso has stabi… https://t.co/8Dj8PDxICe
Mexican Peso added 1 tweet
2020-05-16 02:48:15 UTC
RT @fionamackie14: Latam exchange rates: Chile, Peru and Colombia have gained some ground since March, and even Mexican peso has stabi… https://t.co/8Dj8PDxICe
Mexican Peso added 1 tweet
2020-05-16 02:30:06 UTC
RT @fionamackie14: Latam exchange rates: Chile, Peru and Colombia have gained some ground since March, and even Mexican peso has stabi… https://t.co/8Dj8PDxICe

Mexican Peso Videos

With 1994 being the final year of his administration's sexenio (the country's six-year executive term limit), then-President Carlos ...
Adam Button from ForexLive.com talks with BNNBloomberg about the Mexican peso, the ECB decision and how to interpret the ...
I am going to the airport today and I will check out the rates there. I know we left that out of this video. Where are those banks?
For centuries, silver Mexican coins were used as currency in many countries throughout the world, including the US. To see a ...
Mexico's minimum wage is only 88 pesos a day. That's less than $5 USD. So how does anyone survive? That's what I try to find ...
Learn the basics of trading the Mexican Peso including notional value, contract specs, what affects movement of this Currency and ...
Mar.23 -- Bank of Mexico Governor Agustin Carstens explains why he believes the Mexican peso may be undervalued up to no ...
How Peso Devaluations Impact Arizona's Economy: A discussion with UA Eller College of Management economist George ...

Mexican Peso News

The Collapse of the Mexican Peso

As the selloff continued in global stocks, the Mexican Peso continued lower vs the US Dollar.

about 2 months conditional neutral
The Mexican Peso: Liquid, Volatile, but Can We Hedge?

With oil prices falling and the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, volatility is back in action.

about 1 month indicative negative
International Money Laundering Schemes Latest to Fall Victim to Coronavirus
International Money Laundering Schemes Latest to Fall Victim to Coronavirus

Dirty cash from the illicit drug trade is piling up in major US cities as the novel coronavirus hobbles yet another fundamental component of the operations

7 days subjunctive neutral
Mexico reports 2,764 new cases of COVID-19 today
Mexico reports 2,764 new cases of COVID-19 today

This Sunday, May 24, the Ministry of Health (SSa) reported that there are 68,620 accumulated confirmed cases of coronavirus and 7,394 deaths from the

about 4 hours conditional neutral
BNamericas - Could Pemex drag down AMLO?

Falling public support plus record losses at the Mexican NOC will put pressure on the president's approach to Pemex.

about 4 hours indicative positive
Speculators cut Dollar Shorts again

The Commitments of Traders reports highlight speculators positions and changes made during the week to May 12 in FX, bonds and stocks. Overall a week that only saw small changes with the S&P 500, the dollar and U.S. 10-year Notes trading close to unchanged

about 4 hours indicative negative

Mexican Peso Currency converter

Mexican Peso Exchange rates

400 OMR to IDR
Santa Clara, United States.
2000000 INR to GBP
Bearsden, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
1 JPY to CNY
Suzhou, People’s Republic of China.
1 AUD to USD
Lima, Republic of Peru.
100 JPY to PHP
Central, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.
100000000 KRW to HKD
Sha Tin, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.
100 KWD to INR
Bayān, State of Kuwait.
100 USD to CNY
Beijing, People’s Republic of China.
100 USD to BDT
Chittagong, Bangladesh.
100 USD to BDT
Chittagong, Bangladesh.
700000 PHP to JPY
Quezon City, Republic of the Philippines.
100 HKD to IDR
Central, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.
10000 CNY to ILS
Beishan, People’s Republic of China.
150 PHP to JPY
Binondo, Republic of the Philippines.
10 USD to EUR
Ushirombo, United Republic of Tanzania.
1 USD to IDR
Malang, Republic of Indonesia.
1 TRY to AZN
Baku, Republic of Azerbaijan.