RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Economy Minister Paulo Guedes said on Tuesday that the exchange rate has experienced what he classifies as "overshooting" and that the dollar rate, currently around R$5.00, should not return to its previous R$5.60-R$5.80 high levels. "The exchange rate is also calming down, because we have indeed observed what we classify as overshooting."
"The exchange rate was at R$5.80, R$5.60, and has now recovered to R$5.00. The exchange rate will most likely not rise this high again," said Guedes, in English, at an event . . .