El peso mexicano se depreciaba el martes en medio de una ola de menor apetito por activos de riesgo y una fortaleza del dólar, mientras se interrumpía en los mercados financieros un repunte impulsado por el optimismo sobre la recuperación mundial de la crisis del coronavirus.
La moneda local cotizaba en 21.7509 por dólar, con una pérdida de un 1.08% frente a los 21.4920 del precio de referencia de Reuters del lunes.
Más temprano, el operaciones internacionales, la divisa llegó a depreciarse hasta las 21.9080 unidades.
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