Brazil: US dollar rises to R$5.43, stock market falls to lowest level since 2020

The dollar came close to R$5.50, but the high lost strength throughout the day. The Ibovespa index, from B3, closed at 96,121 points, with a retreat of 1.8%.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Influenced by the international scenario and the approval of the constitutional amendment that expands social benefits, the financial market had another day of nervousness on Thursday, July 14.

The dollar came close to R$5.50, but the high lost strength throughout the day. The stock market fell again and reached its lowest level since 2020.

The commercial dollar closed the day sold at R$5.433, up R . . .

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