Mexican peso


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Noun1.Mexican peso - the basic unit of money in MexicoMexican peso - the basic unit of money in Mexico; equal to 100 centavos
centavo - a fractional monetary unit of several countries: El Salvador and Sao Tome and Principe and Brazil and Argentina and Bolivia and Colombia and Cuba and the Dominican Republic and Ecuador and El Salvador and Guatemala and Honduras and Mexico and Nicaragua and Peru and the Philippines and Portugal
Mexican monetary unit - monetary unit in Mexico
Translations
mexikanischer Peso
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MEXICAN PESO took a tumble on his last visit here but has an otherwise fine record at the track and Elaine Parker's dog will be tough to beat in the 8.
Inter-Bank Market Rates: In the final Asian trade, the dollar perked up, rebounding from a seven-week low on optimism over the US economic outlook and corporate earnings, while the Mexican peso fell after the White House floated the idea of a 20 percent tax on Mexican goods to pay for a border wall.
The bank said, 'The Mexican peso is now discounting a correction in the country's global export market share to pre-NAFTA levels.
Earlier, the Mexican peso fell by 10 percent - its lowest ever against the US dollar.
The continuing slide of the Mexican peso has raised many concerns in Mexico, including the potential increase in prices for consumer goods in the not-so-distant future and the possibility that foreign investors will continue to withdraw much-needed foreign capital from the Mexican economy.
5 trillion MXN ($664 billion USD) notional outstanding in the first triReduce multilateral compression cycle for cleared Mexican Peso (MXN) interest rate swaps (IRS).
But Norton, president of the Laredo Merchants' Association, has seen business at his La Fama clothing store drop off in recent months due, in part, to the depreciation of the Mexican peso.
NBAD, which last year hired Alex Thurs by from ANZ as its chief executive officer, is selling bonds in currencies from the Mexican peso to Malaysia's ringgit to tap wider investor pools.
It is no coincidence that the Mexican peso was slammed after President Obama's reelection and Wall Street angst over a potential fiscal Grand Canyon.
However, at the start of 2012 it became the best performing among the emerging markets along with the Mexican peso.
Sales of the Mexican peso to British holidaymakers increased by how much in the first three months of 2011 compared with a year ago?
The renovation plan will benefit from lower fertilizer prices and a depreciating Mexican peso, which makes exports more attractive.