Dollar falls to R$5.26 and records first weekly decline against the Brazilian currency since May

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In another day of relief in the financial market, the dollar fell below R$5.30 and recorded the first weekly decline since May. The stock market ended the day lower but recorded gains for the second week in a row.

The commercial dollar closed this Friday (8) at R$ 5.268, down R$ 0.077 (-1.44%). The rate opened with a slight high but declined soon after the opening of the North American market and closed near the daily minimum.

With today's performance, the dollar declined by 0.99% in the week after . . .

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