quarta-feira, 31 de janeiro, 2018

Dollar follows exterior and has second high then before real

SAO PAULO (Reuters)-the dollar closed the second trading session in a row in high against real on Tuesday, following the trajectory of American currency against currencies of emerging countries abroad and investors taking advantage of the low prices seen in the first part of the trading floor, but without diverting the focus of the local political news. The dollar advanced 0,42%, 3.1799 in sale, accumulating 1,26% elevation in these two trading sessions. In the year so far, however, the American currency still totaled 4, 6% losses. In the slightest, the dollar was the real 3.1487 and, to the maximum, the real 3.1960. The dollar future had positive variation of about 0,80% in the late afternoon. "Close to the actual 3.15 purchases came in," said the operator of brokerage Spinelli José Carlos Amado, adding that the market already showed some caution ahead of the meeting of the Federal Reserve, the American central bank the next day. On Wednesday, at 17:00 (Eastern time), the Fed Announces your decision of monetary policy. The expectation was that the central bank does not touch the interest now, but signal that can elevate them in March. Overseas, the dollar rose against currencies of some emerging countries, such as the Chilean and Mexican pesos, but showed slight oscillations in a basket of hard currencies, with income from Treasuries in sharply higher. The market followed the Government's negotiations to win the votes that still have to approve the pension reform, considered essential to put the public finances in order and whose vote is scheduled for Aug. 19 in the House of representatives. On Monday, sources told Reuters that the Allied base in the Senate does not guarantee an approval "of the reform if the text through the camera.
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