Argentina

Many currencies in Latin America weakened at the beginning of the weak, according to Reuters. The Argentine peso fell after Moody’s changed their outlook for South America’s second largest economy to negative. Economic policy uncertainty and risk of currency shocks were cited as two reasons for the revision.

The Argentine peso appreciated against the United States dollar this week. The peso closed at 42.28 per dollar on Friday compared to 42.4 on Monday, a -0.28 percent change. The peso has appreciated against the dollar in the last three months by 0.49 and depreciated by 38.8 percent since this time last year.

The peso appreciated against the euro this week. The peso closed at 47.44 per euro on Friday compared to 47.74 on Monday, a -0.63 percent change. The peso has appreciated against the euro in the last three months by 0.84 and depreciated by 46.65 percent since this time last year.

Bolivia

The Bolivian boliviano appreciated against the United States dollar this week. The boliviano closed at 6.84 per dollar on Friday compared to 6.925 on Monday, a -1.23 percent change. The boliviano has appreciated against the United States dollar in the last three months by 1.23 and appreciated by 1.37 percent since this time last year.

The boliviano appreciated against the euro this week. The boliviano closed at 7.675 per euro on Friday compared to 7.796 on Monday, a -1.55 percent change. The boliviano has appreciated against the euro in the last three months by 1.56 and appreciated by 5.57 percent since this time last year.

Brazil

Politics weakened the real at the start of this week. According to Reuters, the currency fell after delays in the pension reform legislation working its way through the National Congress.

The Brazilian real appreciated against the United States dollar this week. The real closed at 3.747 per dollar on Friday compared to 3.757 on Monday, a -0.27 percent change. The real has appreciated against the dollar in the last three months by 4.83 and appreciated by 0.56 percent since this time last year.

Mexican peso to United States dollar exchange rate data from July 12, 2018, to July 12, 2019 / St. Louis Federal Reserve

The real appreciated against the euro this week. The real closed at 4.204 per euro on Friday compared to 4.229 on Monday, a -0.59 percent change. The real has appreciated against the euro in the last three months by 5.14 and appreciated by 4.8 percent since this time last year.

Brazilian real to euro exchange rate July 19, 2018, to July 20, 2019 / European Central Bank

Chile

The Chilean peso depreciated against the United States dollar this week. The peso closed at 687.95 per dollar on Friday compared to 679.36 on Monday, a 1.26 percent change. The peso has depreciated against the dollar in the last three months by 3.54 and depreciated by 4.13 percent since this time last year.

The peso depreciated against the euro this week. The peso closed at 771.88 per euro on Friday compared to 764.82 on Monday, a 0.92 percent change. The peso has depreciated against the euro in the last three months by 3.18 and appreciated by 0.32 percent since this time last year.

Colombia

The Colombian peso appreciated against the United States dollar this week. The peso closed at 3172 per dollar on Friday compared to 3190 on Monday, a -0.56 percent change. The peso has depreciated against the dollar in the last three months by 0.51 and depreciated by 10.48 percent since this time last year.

The peso appreciated against the euro this week. The peso closed at 3559 per euro on Friday compared to 3591 on Monday, a -0.89 percent change. The peso has depreciated against the euro in the last three months by 0.14 and depreciated by 5.77 percent since this time last year.

Costa Rica

The Costa Rican colon appreciated against the United States dollar this week. The colon closed at 571.8 per dollar on Friday compared to 576 on Monday, a -0.73 percent change. The colon has appreciated against the dollar in the last three months by 3.7 and depreciated by 0.85 percent since this time last year.

The colon appreciated against the euro this week. The colon closed at 641.56 per euro on Friday compared to 648.46 on Monday, a -1.06 percent change. The colon has appreciated against the euro in the last three months by 4.03 and appreciated by 3.46 percent since this time last year.

Mexico

The Mexican peso depreciated against the United States dollar this week. The peso closed at 19.02 per dollar on Friday compared to 18.98 on Monday, a 0.21 percent change. The peso has depreciated against the dollar in the last three months by 1.01 and depreciated by 0 percent since this time last year.

Mexican peso to United States dollar exchange rate data from July 12, 2018, to July 12, 2019 / St. Louis Federal Reserve

The peso depreciated against the euro this week. The peso closed at 31.34 per euro on Friday compared to 21.36 on Monday, a 46.72 percent change. The peso has depreciated against the euro in the last three months by 47.83 and depreciated by 40.54 percent since this time last year.

Mexican peso to euro exchange rate July 19, 2018, to July 20, 2019 / European Central Bank