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    1. Often closely tied to the Euro and it's fluctuations in the world's economy can help make a quick profit. 2. The peso can rise with the next US president assuming the Oval Office, but the gains will probably be limited. Due to the current policies that are hurting the MEX, it is not hard to imagine that the rise of the next US president will give the MEX the break that it very well deserves.
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Mexican peso is, as the name implies, the currency of Mexico. Modern peso and dollar currencies have a common origin. An ancestor if you'd like, in the 15th-19th century Spanish dollar. Most continuing to use its sign, "$". The Mexican peso is a hot commodity, being that it's the 10th most traded currency in the world, among the top three in America. But it's most traded currency in its native Latin America. Together with other currencies that are based on their commodity trade, the Mexican peso is highly correlated to the price of oil (as it is the 9th biggest producer).The Euro currency was created in 1990 to make an economic monetary union aiming to mitigate the risks involved with cross border transactions. However, it was only in 2002 that the currency was introduced in physical form, before this it was pegged with the national currencies at a fixed exchange rate.

1. Along with being considered a pro, fluctuations can also be a con, because the peso can fluctuate in your favor, or against it. 2. Due to the fact that the United States is the primary trading partner for Mexico, the value of the USD may have a profoundly influential role on the value of both the MXN. In 2017, the peso fell to a record low against the USD due to President Trump's unfavourable outlook toward Mexico, because trade partnerships are critical factors for a country's GDP.

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