The peso fell marginally on Monday against the North American currency, as it corrected in global markets when the appetite for risk assets, while they are weighing new sanctions on Chinese officials and a disorderly Brexit no deal.
In the interbank sphere, the Mexican currency lost 0.39 percent, bringing the exchange rate to 19.87 units per dollar, according to data from the Bank of Mexico (Banxico). The national currency touched a minimum of 19.7666 units observed levels observed at 5:30 p.m. on Sunday and a maximum of 19.97 at 3:16 a.m.
At the bank window, the green ticket is sold for 20.23 pesos, according to Citibanamex. The Bloomberg index, which measures the strength of the dollar against a basket of ten currencies, advanced 0.07 percent, to 1,130.30 points.
The financial-economic agenda is modest, with some data by region during the rest of the week. Capital markets are also taking a breather after the latest earnings. According to analysts at Grupo Financiero Banorte, investors will be awaiting the approval of the European Commission budget and a meeting of leaders on December 10 and 11.
On COVID-19, the head of US Health and Human Services, Alex Azar, pointed out that all Americans who want a dose of the vaccine will be able to receive it by the second quarter of next year.
On the other hand they also follow the meeting of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA, for its acronym in English) to decide whether to grant the emergency authorization of an injection developed by Pfizer and BioNTech on Thursday.
In Mexico, the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (Inegi) released the gross fixed investment for September, which contracted 16 percent in its annual comparison, and 2.9 percent in the month, below expectations.
The private consumption of the same month reached a contraction of 9.9 percent in the year and a growth of 2.2 percent.