The dollar fell for the fifth week in a row and is offered at $40 on sale

The dollar this Friday completed five consecutive weeks of decline in the local market and remains below the $39 range at the interbank.

During the last session, the US currency registered a rise of 0.15%, and stood at $38,848 in the wholesale average, according to data from the Electronic Stock Market (Bevsa).

The recovery on Thursday and Friday was not enough to reverse the losses registered between Monday and Wednesday. Thus, the currency ended the week with a decrease of 0.6% compared to the previous Friday.

In the month the dollar falls 1.6% and so far this year it has fallen 13.1%.

The operations of the day totaled US$ 22 million, according to data from the Central Bank of Uruguay (BCU) and there was no intervention from the monetary authority that remains outside the market.

On the Banco República (Brou) blackboard, the dollar was trading at $37.6 for purchase and $40.1 for sale close to closing.

At the regional level, in Brazil, the main exchange reference market, the US currency fell 0.37% to 5.29 units per greenback. During the week it advanced 0.99%.

And globally, the Dollar Index, which measures the value of the US dollar in relation to a basket of foreign currencies, stood at 104,358 units with a negative variation of 0.1% in the week.

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