The commercial dollar operated lower this morning. At around 9:25 am (Brasília time), the US currency was down 0.66%, selling at R$5.231.
Yesterday (28) the commercial dollar was up 0.6% and closed at R$ 5,266 on sale – the highest level in almost five months.
The currency runs out of steam with investors awaiting the release of data on the US economy and speeches by officials from the world’s main central banks. In Brazil, the focus continued on the PEC for Fuels in Congress, which recently reignited fiscal fears.
The value of the dollar published daily by the press, including the UOL, refers to the commercial dollar. For those who are going to travel and need to buy currency at exchange brokers, the value is much higher.
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