I don’t know where this is going, but the US is going through some pretty serious shit right now.
I don´t want to get into the nitty gritty of it, but it is happening.
I´ve got some bad news for you.
US Dollar is going up, but not in a big way.
The US Dollar in Mexico is going down.
If you go back to the US´s last six months, US Dollar was up around 70%.
If you look at the US in general, you will see that US Dollar dropped in December and January.
The trend is not going to change any time soon.
The real problem is that the US Dollar has no value anymore.
The Mexican Peso is at its highest level in a long time, and it has also been growing at its fastest pace in more than a year.
The value of the Peso has been steadily declining, and the value of US Dollar as a whole has been declining, too.
There is no longer a need to panic.
The problem is, the Pesos have been at their highest level for years now.
The peso has fallen in a number of different ways, and has continued to decline, and its falling.
The current peso is currently worth around $4.15.
The price of a dollar has been dropping ever since Donald Trump became president, and I think the time has come for the US to finally move on from the Donald Trump era.
The world is moving away from the US, and this has caused the Pesó to continue its downward slide.
There are some positive developments going on in Mexico.
The Pesó is currently trading around $0.4 billion, down from around $3.6 billion in 2016.
This is a good time for Mexico to move on to a more stable currency, and to be able to move back into its old place in the world market.
There was a time when the peso was worth more than $100.
Now, it is worth about $30.
But even if you buy it at that price, its not going up any time in the near future.
There has been some very good news in Mexico in recent months.
First, the pesos fell by about 5% in October, which was very good for Mexico.
Then, in November, the Mexican government announced it was ending the ban on importing Chinese goods into Mexico.
China is still banned from entering the country, but there is a new Chinese trade agreement, which will allow Chinese imports to resume in Mexico once again.
I hope that this will also allow the Pesol to return to its previous level, and that its price will go back up.
Second, Mexico announced that it was increasing the wages of its employees, and expanding a number that they had previously been reducing.
The increase was to pay for a program called Misiones Protección.
This program allows workers to earn higher wages.
The wage increases are part of the Mexican economy, and are part and parcel of the country´s economic recovery.
The government is also looking to boost wages by reducing other taxes.
The wages of Mexicans have also been going up.
Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto has said that the pesol will be worth around 70% by the end of the year, and will be the third highest in the OECD.
This means that the Mexican peso can become even more attractive for investors.
The reason why the pesotrading of pesos is rising in Mexico, and not going down in the US at all, is because the pesó is now a very good option for foreign investors.
As a result, the dollar is rising against the pesoyo.
In the past, the US did not have much interest in buying pesos from Mexico.
Now that the dollar has fallen, it will be difficult for US investors to buy pesos in Mexico from now on.
In my opinion, this will lead to a devaluation of the pesoan. But I don¡t think that will happen in the immediate future.
The dollar will continue to rise, and by the time the pesowo devaluation is complete, the USD will be in a good position to compete with the pesanteo.
As long as the US has a high dollar, Mexico will have a strong position in the global market.
In fact, Mexico is already a very important market for the dollar, because the dollar does not have any currency issues in Mexico right now, because its value is fixed in the pesoin.
The difference is that US Dollars have no currency issues at all in Mexico today.
I think that Mexico will be able have a stable currency and will have enough resources to keep it stable for the long run.