UDIs were introduced as an inflation-protected unit and are still used today for mortgages, bonds, and some financial calculations
Mexico's peso was fairly stable against the US dollar in 2021, supported by prudent policy decisions and a recovering economy after a tumultuous 2020
Mexico's peso experienced a dramatic fall and recovery in 2020, influenced by global events and supported by a range of policy decisions
Mexico's peso remained remarkably stable during 2019. Its prospects for 2020 depend on a range of factors which cannot be easily foretold
Mexico's peso has been surprisingly stable against the dollar in the past year or so, more surprising even given that markets have been fairly volatile for fear that the U.S. Fed could start raising interest rates at any time . . .
Mexico's peso has had a rocky history against the US dollar. Periods of stability have been followed by periods of great turmoil and resulting devaluations.