Exchanges: Dollar closes practically stable on investor caution day

United Kingdom: BoE calls on banks to support economic recovery
So Paulo, July 16, 2021 – Commercial dollar closes the session
Practically stable, with a slight decline of 0.01%, for sale at R$ 5.1160.
Friday’s caution is normal, but looking at the latest figures
Inflation in the United States and Parliamentary Recession in Brazil, Investors
They get scared even more. It is also worth remembering that monitoring
Cases of the delta variant of coronavirus around the world and its impact
recovery of the global economy.

“Commercial Dollar Displays Average Dimension. It Opened In The Downtrend, Was High
Punctual, even in the first hour of business, in response to the unexpected
However, growth in retail sales in the United States fell again.
observing your partner’s fragility during most of the session
overseas, which mainly operates in loser mode for certain currencies
Linked to emerging markets and commodities”, explained Jefferson Rugic from CorePartic
Broker.

“Towards the end of trading, the commercial dollar took a hit.
recovery movement, signs of reversal and moved into positive territory,
Reflections of the decline of the stock exchanges in New York and here, to register your
Added Rugik, closing the mark for R$5.11″.

“Following the further worsening of sentiment under the CPI of Covid,
In which yesterday Dawati’s representative Cristiano Carvalho said that
Action was taken by health ministry managers to deal with bribery in
Negotiations for the sale of vaccines, investors opened cautious on Friday
Event of the case (though with the session suspended due to holiday)
Parliament)”, says the Comcor bulletin.

“Furthermore, as a background we follow with reflections from dovish speeches
Jerome Powell, Despite the Pull of US Inflation, the Reality
Which ensures resilience to major global risk assets. On this front,
We will hardly see any good retail data for June so a
Given the position of Powell’s firm, the risk-off is mentioned,”
Added Comcor.

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About the author: Sarah Gracie

Sarahis a reporter covering Amazon. She previously covered tech and transportation, and she broke stories on Uber's finances, self-driving car program, and cultural crisis. Before that, she covered cybersecurity in finance. Sarah's work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Politico, and the Houston Chronicle.

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