The dollar weakens before employment report data for the month of October. This Friday, the United States Department of Labor released a report for last month, showing that 261,000 new jobs were added, with notable increases in health care, professional and business services, and manufacturing jobs.
On the other hand, the report stated that the unemployment rate was 3.7%, which is an increase compared to the month of September, when this indicator was 3.5%.
In the meantime, dollar index or DXY, which tracks the currency’s performance against a basket of six major currencies, recorded losses. At 1:14 PM ET, amounted to 111,082 units, a decrease of 1.52%according to Investing.com, one of the most important financial portals.
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Dollar price today, November 4: Exchange rates in Honduras, Mexico, Guatemala, Nicaragua…
According to an Investing.com update at 1:15 p.m. ET, the US dollar recorded losses of 0.46% against the Mexican pesoas well as gains of 0.60% against the Costa Rican colon, 0.10% against the Guatemalan quetzal, 0.34% against the Honduran lempira and 0.01% against the Nicaraguan cordoba.
This is the dollar exchange rate in Mexico, Honduras, Guatemala, Nicaragua and Costa Rica, this Friday, November 4according to Investing.com.