terça-feira, 06 de fevereiro, 2018

Dollar rises 1% and approaches R$3,25, with exterior and welfare

SAO PAULO (Reuters)-the dollar closed with high of 1% on Monday and near the level of 3.25 real, amid the escape of risk abroad with fears that interest in the United States may rise faster and thus influence the flow of global capital. Investors also were wary of the progress of the vote on the pension reform on the lack of political support from the Government to take the matter of paper, considered essential to put the country's public accounts in order. The dollar advanced 1, 1%, the actual 3.2470 on sale, after going to the maximum of 3.2520 in session and accumulate 2,46% gains in two trading sessions. The dollar future had high of about 0,90% in the late afternoon. "The internal market comply with the performance out there," said the Manager of a local broker. The dollar rose against a basket of currencies as the bond market stabilized after the yield of the Treasury of 10 years have reached the peak of four years with the concerns that the Federal Reserve, u.s. central bank could raise interest rates more rapidly to fight inflation. Higher interest rates in the United States can attract the largest economy in the world funds invested today in other squares, like the brazilian. "The market positioned itself on Friday to the United States and us interest rates scenario today follows this positioning, also aimed at domestic issues, pension reform," said the Superintendent of Correparti Broker, Ricardo gatchalian, adding that, if the reform is approved, the dollar should still come up a little bit more about the real. The Government continued the effort to try to unite the 308 votes minimum required to approve pension reform in the House of representatives after the Carnival. Recently, the President Michel Temer denied that had thrown in the towel on voting reform, but emphasized that the country could not stay on topic all year. This morning, the President of the Chamber of Deputies, Rodrigo Maia (DEM-RJ), said that didn't mean to withdraw pension reform agenda before February 20, when it is planned to vote on the matter by members, but left open the possibility after that date. The Brazilian Central Bank intervention in the foreign exchange market announced for this session. Win in March 6.154 billion in traditional foreign exchange swap, equivalent to sell dollars in the futures market, and if the Authority wanted to roll them, will have to do auctions this month.
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