The dollar operates in the fall on Tuesday (12), amid expectations of more stimulus in the United States under the command of President-Elect Joden.
At 9:40 am, the US currency fell 0.41%, selling at R $ 5.4804. View more quotes.
The dollar closed up 1.69% on Monday (12) to a high of R $ 5.5031 since November 5 (R $ 5.5455).
Accumulated prices rose 4.54% to an increase over four trading sessions. Since December 10, when the six-month low hit (R $ 5.0417), The currency leaps 9.16% and only in 2021, 6.01%.
In the external scenario, oil prices reached an 11-month high on Tuesday, with Brent, a global benchmark, approaching $ 57 a barrel amid tight supplies and a decline in stocks in the states. The United States, which compensates for concerns about coronavirus cases worldwide.
Here, concerns about the health of public accounts, the level of low interest rates and the dollar’s strengthening against its developed and emerging peers indicated in recent weeks as some of the factors of a more pressing exchange rate in Brazil Huh.
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Dollar Variation History – Photo: G1