The average daily peso is now trading at around US$0.1074, down from US$1.066 in July.
But its down from $1.081 in July, while the yuan is down from 1.0348 to 1.0123.
The dollar is trading at US$2.1774, up from US $2.1679, while it has dropped to US$19.20.
The dollar has been the main currency of the world since its inception in 1971, with currencies being used to pay for commodities and services.
The yen has also seen significant volatility recently, falling in August to ¥115.30 before stabilising at ¥130.60 in September.
The euro rose in August, before stabilise at around €1.23.
A few countries have had significant appreciation of their currencies this year, like Japan, China and Brazil.
In 2016, the Philippines, India and Brazil have all gained value.
But the currency of Ecuador has been losing ground since May, when it slumped below USD4.10.
It fell to USD3.87 in September, before recovering to USD4 in October.
What you need to know about the peso The peso has been trading at more than US$5,000 for weeks now, following an initial sell-off in August.
But it was hit by a sharp drop in October and October’s decline saw the pesos currency lose over 30 per cent of its value.
The peso’s fall has been linked to a weakening of the US dollar, which has reduced the purchasing power of the peseta.
At the time of writing, the pesetas purchasing power has fallen to US$.15, compared to US.29 in May.
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