Index hide1 In 2018, a criticism made by the journalist Loret de Mola towards AMLO and the 4T affirmed that the value of the dollar would skyrocket.2 Today, May 27, the Mexican currency appreciates 0.78 percent, while the exchange rate goes through 19.6216 units per dollar.3 Social network users have not forgiven this criticism, because today the peso is in a privileged position compared to the last 16 months.
In 2018, a criticism made by the journalist Loret de Mola towards AMLO and the 4T affirmed that the value of the dollar would skyrocket.
Today, May 27, the Mexican currency appreciates 0.78 percent, while the exchange rate goes through 19.6216 units per dollar.
Social network users have not forgiven this criticism, because today the peso is in a privileged position compared to the last 16 months.
The streak of the Mexican peso continues and after four weeks of appreciation it presents its best level since January 2021; This fact has caused many Internet users relive the digital conversation proposed by the journalist Carlos Loret de Mola about the value of the dollar in 2021.
At that time, the journalist sought to warn users about what, from his perspective, seemed like an imminent drop in the value of the peso. However, today, May 27, 2022, the scenario seems very different from the one foreseen by the communicator.
When starting operations, the price of the dollar continues to fall, being approximately 20.12 pesos in banks. Likewise, the exchange rate stands at 19.67 pesos per dollar, with a gain of 0.45 percent.
On the one hand, BBVA Mexico sells the dollar at 19.87 Mexican pesos, while the highest price recorded is that of Citibanamex with 20.12. Secondly, Banorte places its price at 19.85 and Azteca Bank It is the lowest value with 19.69 pesos.
This recovery of the peso is due, according to experts in the field, to the fact that inflation is showing signs of slowing down, which is why investors are beginning to consider that the pressure on prices could be contained without the need to fall into an economic recession. global.
Taking into account also the China’s economic recovery after the Covid-19 pandemicit seems that much of everything is recovering and this vulnerability of the dollar could help the Mexican currency more.
This fact has positioned the weight in a higher ranking than seen for at least a year and four months. For this reason, some users took advantage of this recent victory to quote and return a trend to one of the most recognized journalists in Mexico.
Loret’s predictions about the value of the dollar fail and users do not forgive him
After a historic day, Internet users took out all the rancor accumulated against the predictions of the journalist Carlos Loret de Mola, since it was in june 2018 when he commented that the dollar, with the arrival of Andrés Manuel López Obrador to the presidency, it would be worth about 25 pesos.
As if that wasn’t enough, the communicator commented that, “very probably”, the dollar would reach 35 Mexican pesos. With this, he took the opportunity to sentence that the best way to prevent a crisis, perhaps individually, was to buy dollars, because according to his estimate, the value would skyrocket.
This was the tweet shared at the time:
However, a large number of users on social networks took the opportunity to remind him of the flaws in his prediction, assuring that it was a comment issued by his “right stance”:
– Akire Lincho 💧 (@AkireLincho) May 27, 2022
It’s been nearly 2 weeks since the Mexican peso has remained stable against the #Dollar.
Do you remember when Carlos Loret #LordMontages said that it would be close to $35 in the AMLO government?
Keep believing in mythomaniacs. pic.twitter.com/TcLFemjQ29
— RakzoCR ❁ (@RakzoCR) April 6, 2022
— Rob Bizze (@Rob15897900) April 20, 2022
– Alleged Twitterer: NEWS 🌎 (@TwiteroMen) May 27, 2022
I have been saving my lucky dollars hoping they are worth $40, as Loret de Mola and other right-wing experts predicted “well”, but now the dollar is worth less every day. 😓 Not like that Anlo, enough is enough! #Dollar pic.twitter.com/8cLy6QNVd0
— EddieDelgado (@edd_delgad0) May 27, 2022
– David Arenales (@davidarescas) May 23, 2022
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