Price of the dollar today, September 28: how much is it trading for in Mexico, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, and Venezuela

The dollar in its price today, Wednesday, allows some of its peers to advance – Photo: Paul J. Richards/Getty Images

The dollar began Wednesday’s trading session in the foreign exchange market with a decline against some of its emerging market peers. The Mexican peso trades positively against the US currency but remains above the 20 peso barrier. The price is 20.32 pesos per dollar unit.

At bank counters, the average purchase of the dollar in Mexico is 20.06 pesos per dollar unit, and 20.58 pesos for sale. Mexico will make monetary policy announcements tomorrow, Thursday.

In the Honduran exchange market, the U.S. currency remains stable today, trading at an average price of 24.64 lempiras per greenback unit. The average price today moves between 24.57 and 24.80 lempiras per dollar.

In Nicaragua, the dollar is quoted at an average price of 35.98 córdobas per greenback unit, despite being a similar price to Monday’s price, the trend is downward. For the purchase and sale of the dollar, the range of the day moves between 35.88 córdobas and 36.00 córdobas per dollar, respectively.

In Costa Rica, the dollar appreciates this morning and trades for 634.47 colones per dollar unit and maintains the upward trend. In banks, the dollar price range remains at 633.20 for purchase and 633.40 colones per dollar for sale.

In the Dominican market, the US currency also depreciated today and is quoted at 53.40 DOP per dollar unit. The average price for buying and selling is calculated at 53.11 and 53.79 DOP per dollar unit, respectively.

In Venezuela, the dollar is gaining ground in the regular market and today trades at a price of 8.13 bolivars per dollar unit, the average range is 8.12 and 8.13 Bs. per greenback for buying and selling, respectively.