What is the price of the dollar today July 11 in Mexico, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic and Venezuela

The greenback maintains its value against emerging Latin American currencies. It remains stable given inflation expectations.

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The dollar changes its negative trend to positive since the closing of the day yesterday. Today the initial price of the green ticket against the Aztec peso is 17.07 pesos per unit. The maximum and minimum price for the purchase and sale is between 17.07 pesos and 17.13 pesos per dollar.

This is a week of expectations for the US market, because the inflation data will be released. Particularly for the Mexican foreign exchange market, if US inflation comes out below expectations then the dollar could fall against the Aztec currency and the Mexican peso hit the low again against the greenback.

Meanwhile, in the Honduran exchange market today the dollar begins the day in red and After closing yesterday at 24.72 lempiras per dollar, this morning's price is 24.65 lempiras per greenback unit. The average for the purchase and sale at 24.19 and 25.10 lempiras per greenback, respectively.

In Nicaragua, the dollar begins its day with a positive trend and is trading at 36.63 córdobas per dollar unit, and for buying and selling the average is between 36.17 and 37.08 córdobas per dollar, respectively.

In Costa Rica the dollar advances and the day of this Tuesday begins at 547.69 colones per unit of greenback, the trend remains positive as usual. For the purchase and sale, the price ranges between 535.70 and 561.18 colones per dollar, respectively.

In the Dominican Republic, the dollar remains stable and the positive trend continues. Today it begins trading at 55.85 pesos per dollar unit and the average price for the purchase and sale, respectively, is 55.12 dop and 56.88 Dominican pesos per dollar unit.

The dollar in Venezuela has not moved since the beginning of the week. Its price shows neither an upward trend nor a downward trend, but we will see what happens throughout the day. At the beginning of the morning the price is 28.26 bolivars per unit of green ticketfor the purchase and sale the average remains at 28.23 and 28.30 bolivars per dollar, respectively.

We recommend you follow the price of the dollar in real time against its emerging peers. Here the trend according to international markers and local banks of each country:
Mexico: exchange rate in real time
Honduras: exchange rate in real time
Nicaragua: price of the dollar in real time
Costa Rica: price of the dollar in real time
Dominican Republic: exchange rate in real time
Venezuela: price of the dollar in real time

For a better perspective and savings in sending remittances from the United States to Latin American countries, we recommend the use of tables that compare prices for money transfers, taking into account the exchange rate and the cost of shipments.

Finally, we have that the price of cryptocurrencies today change the trend to green and mostly show gains. Almost all appreciate slightly and less than 2%, although Solana and Polygon gain up to 7% in the last 24 hours. Bitcoin, despite having lost value in the last 7 days, remains at the floor of $30,000 dollars: Follow the price of cryptocurrencies in real time.

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