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Euro/Mexican Peso FOREX Foreign Exchange and Precious Metals

Realtime Foreign Exchange › Euro/Mexican Peso (FOREX:EURMXN)

16.685730 -0.018220 (-0.11%)

2015-05-26 11:41:11, 0 min delay

Euro/Mexican Peso (FOREX:EURMXN) FOREX Foreign Exchange and Precious Metals Chart
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Last Price16.685730
Previous Close16.703950
Low16.606300
Ask16.687950
Open16.703950
High16.728085
Bid16.683510
Time2015-05-26 11:41:11

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