sexta-feira, 07 de abril, 2017

Dollar extends fall after weak employment data in the US

The dollar renewed sequential minimum in the spot market on Friday (7), in reaction to the payrolls (employment data) of the United States well below expected. In March, the economy of the United States created 98000 jobs, below the 175,000 forecast vacancies. The unemployment rate fell to 4.5 percent in March, compared with 4.7% forecast. On the other hand, the average wage per hour climbed 0.19% (or high of $0.05) at $26.14, almost in line with the advance estimate of 0.2%. The U.S. currency back up since the opening of business, due to the high oil abroad, after the attack of the United States to Syria in the early hours Friday, according to the Hcommcor operator Cleber Alessie Machado Neto. At the beginning of the session, future interest loss was also monitored by the agents. All the interest curve fell after the slowdown of the national consumer price index (IPCA) March to 0.25%, below the high of 0.33% in February and the lowest percentage for the month since 2012. Also within the range of analysts '' estimates ears by Projections Broadcast, which went from a rate of 0.15% to 0.30%, with median of 0.24%. "The data reinforces expectations of accelerating the Selic rate cut to 1 percentage point, Copom meeting next week. At 9:43, the dollar retreated 0.66 percent, view the R$ 3.1245, after reaching the minimum R$ 3.1205 ( -0.79%). The dollar future for may fell 0.11%, to 3.1405, after R$ register R$ 3.1350 to minimum ( -0.29%).
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