The dollar operated stable, but chained its second consecutive decline

The dollar operated stable, but chained its second consecutive decline

The US currency fell 0.01% today and continues its decline within the $38 range.

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He dollar operated stable and fell almost 0.01% this Wednesday compared to yesterday, closing at 38,342 pesos, according to the official price of the Central Bank of Uruguay (BCU)thus chaining its second consecutive day of decline and continuing its descent within the range of 38 pesos.

The US currency accumulates a monthly increase of 2.10% in the month, although it drags a depreciation accumulated 1.74% at an annual level, after falling 0.68 pesos since its last exchange day of the year 2023.

Globally, the Japanese yen fell again against the dollar to its lowest level since the mid-1990s, above the key area of ​​155 units, while markets remain attentive to any signs of intervention by the Japanese authorities to shore up its currency.


The retailer sells below 40 pesos

On the reference board of the Republic Bank (BROU)he dollar Retail ticket was offered at 37.25 pesos for purchase and 39.65 pesos for sale. For its part, the preferential value of eBROU dollar It was at 37.75 pesos for purchase and at 39.15 pesos for sale.

The closing price in the Uruguayan Electronic Stock Exchange (Bevsa) It was 38,450 pesos, while the maximum price was also 38,450 pesos, and the minimum was 38,150 pesos. On this day, the number of transactions was a total of 39, with a transaction amount of 24 million dollars.

The crypto Tether (USDT)1 to 1 parity with the dollarwas quoted today at an average of 41.53 pesos for online purchases through a bank or card, and from 41.35 pesos to 42.77 pesos in the Binance peer-to-peer (P2P) market.

The quote of dollar prex It was at 38.16 pesos for purchase, and at 38.54 pesos for sale.

The dollar throughout the previous days

  • April 16 — 39,223
  • April 17 — 38,707
  • April 18 — 38,378
  • April 19 — 38,506
  • April 23 — 38,346

Source: Ambito

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