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Brazilian real: After U.S. data, dollar drops to R$5.13 early but recovers slightly

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The commercial dollar and interest rate futures opened the business on Friday (3) in decline, reflecting the good mood of risk assets in international markets and even extended the low after data from the labor market in the United States surprisingly weak, moderating the movement minutes later.

At 12:50 PM, the dollar was down 0.25%, at R$5.17 in the spot market. At the minimum, it stood at R$5.1319, reflecting employment data from the American economy.

The rates operate in slight drops in the future interest rate market, in line with . . .

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