sexta-feira, 24 de março, 2017

Caution with domestic setting makes up almost 1% dollar and go to R$3,12

SAO PAULO-the dollar operated at high of almost 1% on Thursday, going to the level of 3.12 dollars, with investors cautious after the Government approves with narrow margin outsourcing, raising doubts about the progress of other reforms in Congress, especially welfare. The expectation for the contingency of the budget this year also influenced the foreign exchange market, with investors reacting to the clear signs that the Government of President Michel Temer raise taxes soon. At 12:04, the dollar advanced 0,82%, real 3.1210 on sale, after hitting the day''s maximum of 3.1327 real. The dollar future had high 1by 100. "In the end, the domestic setting weighed on the dollar. Until then, the currency (u.s.) was able to stay in the range between 3.05 and 3.10 Reals ", stated the Director of the Exchange Bank, Tarcísio Rodrigues, adding, however, that it is too early to say that the dollar moved to a higher level because you have to have more clarity on the developments of domestic issues. The day before, the Chamber of Deputies approved the Bill that regulates outsourcing and changes the rules for temporary work contracts by 231 votes to 188. To pass the proposed amendment to the Constitution (PEC) amending the welfare, however, the Government must gather at least 308 votes in the House. The pension reform is considered by the vast majority of economic agents as crucial for the country to put the public finances in order. The clear signal, also given the day before, that the Government will raise taxes to improve revenue and trying to fulfill the goal of this year''s fiscal deficit of 139 billion reais, also disliked the market in this session. "The Government will have to raise taxes and, if that isn''t negative, now and there''s talk of rising Exchange tax," said the senior operator of a national brokerage firm, referring to the possibility of raising the rate of tax on financial operations (IOF) of the Exchange operations. Investors were still reacting to the consequences for the balance of trade after weak flesh, with countries restricting the import of brazilian meat. On Thursday it was time for the Egypt. On the eve, the Minister of agriculture, Blairo Maggi, said that the average daily shipment of meat from Brazil was 63 million dollars and which had plunged to $74000. The market also worked with an eye abroad, with the expectation of the voting Bill on the health sector in the United States, a test for President Donald Trump. The Brazilian Central Bank sold fully in this session the batch of up to 10000 traditional swaps--equivalent to the future sale of dollars--offered for scrolling the April contracts. Have already been six auctions alike, that reduced the 6.711 billion stock that WINS next month.
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