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The dollar fell 0.13%, but continues in the $38 range

The dollar fell 0.13%, but continues in the $38 range
September 11, 2023 – 18:55

The price of the US currency ended a two-day rally upwards, although it has accumulated a monthly increase of 1.27%.

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He dollar down 0.13% compared to the last day and closed at 38,069 pesos, according to the official price of the Central Bank of Uruguay (BCU), thus ending a two-day rally, and accumulating a monthly increase of 1.27%.

For its part, so far in 2023, the greenback has fallen 5% compared to the end of 2022. On a year-on-year basis, the drop is 6.47%.

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The retail ticket is sold for over 39 pesos

On the reference board of the Republic Bank (BROU), he dollar It was offered at 36.90 pesos for purchase, and 39.30 pesos for sale. For its part, the preferential value of eBROU dollar It was at 37.40 pesos for purchase, and 38.80 pesos for sale.

The last operation of the day in the Uruguayan Electronic Stock Exchange (Bevsa) was agreed at 38,100 pesos, while the maximum price was 38,100 pesos, and the minimum was 38,050 pesos. On this day, the number of transactions was a total of 37, with a total transaction amount of more than 18.2 million dollars.

Cryptocurrencies 1 to 1 parity with the dollar as Tether (USDT) were quoted at an average of 39.95 pesos for online purchases through a bank or with a card, and from 39.96 pesos to 41.80 pesos in the Binance peer-to-peer (P2P) market.

For its part, the price of the Prex dollar was 37.71 pesos for purchase, and 38.29 pesos for sale.

The price of the dollar over the last five days

  • September 4 — 37,754
  • September 5 — 37,876
  • September 6 — 37.87
  • September 7 — 38.02
  • September 8 — 38,117

Source: Ambito

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