Dollar moving economy with volatility in last session of 2020

Dollar moving economy with volatility in last session of 2020

With low liquidity at the end of the year and the expectation of the world’s population being vaccinated against Kovid-19, the dollar operated on Wednesday (30), with volatility in the last session of 2020.

At 9:10 am, the US currency was down 0.14%, quoted at R $ 5.1803. View more quotes. At the all-time maximum level, it peaked at $ 5.2037. At the very least, it was $ 5.1788.

The dollar was down 1% to R $ 5.1878 on Tuesday (29). In December partial, the dollar lost 2.97%. However, in the year, it still increased by 29.38%.

Abroad, United Kingdom has approved the Kovid-19 vaccine developed by the University of Oxford and pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca for use in populations.

The country is the first to approve. The forecast is that the risk group will begin to be implemented in the second (4), which will be a priority.

Chinese pharmacist Sinpharma said that the efficacy rate of his vaccination against Kovid-19 is 79.34% and he has already asked the Chinese authorities for authorization for its use in the country.

Investors also monitor the effects and development of the new fiscal package approved by the United States. On Sunday, President Donald Trump signed a $ 900 billion economic plan for the US economy, providing benefits to millions of citizens struggling with epidemics and crises.

Dollar Variation in 2020 – Photo: G1

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