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Dollar reverses upward trend and falls for the second consecutive day

Dollar reverses upward trend and falls for the second consecutive day

The dollar had a second consecutive fall this Thursday. The US currency traded at $39,625 in the interbank average with a daily decrease of 0.80%, according to information from the Electronic Stock Market (Bevsa). Between Wednesday and Thursday the dollar fell 1%.

The operation this Thursday was for US$62 million, with a minimum price of $39.45 and a maximum of $39.79.

The day passed without interventions from the Central Bank (BCU) in the exchange market.

On the Banco Rep├║blica blackboard, the dollar traded at $38.60 for purchase and $41 for sale.

The currency reversed in the last two days an upward trend that had been observed for four consecutive days. The green ticket reached $40,038 this Tuesday and began to fall.

In December the dollar advanced 0.59%. So far this year, on the other hand, it had a decrease of 11.34%, equivalent to $5.


At the regional level, in Argentina the official exchange rate operated at A$174.95 for purchase and A$183.95 for sale, with an increase of 0.24%. In parallel change the Dolar blue it was quoted at A$ 346 for the purchase and A$ 350 for the sale, with a decrease of 1.96%.

In Brazil, the dollar was trading at 5.284 reais with a daily rise of 0.39%.

Globally, the dollar index (which measures the value of the US bill against a basket of foreign currencies) fell 0.54% to 103.62 units.

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