The U.S. dollar starts the day with slight losses against emerging currencies, like the Mexican peso, currency that had a rise against the greenback.
The weakening of the dollar is the result of a lower interest in the market related to inflationary pressures and interest rates in the United States Federal Reserve (Fed). At the end of the previous day, the Fed let see the reduced monetary tightening and showed a slowdown in inflation.
The Fed’s measures come after US consumer spending will increase more than expected, slowing down the rise in inflation.
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Price of the dollar today, May 30: Exchange rate in Honduras, Mexico, Guatemala, Nicaragua…
the continuation, How much is the US dollar in Mexico and part of Central America this Monday, May 30, according to Investing.com, renowned financial website with high impact internationally.