US dollar rises to R$5.13 as interest rates in Brazil and the US are forecast

Stock Exchange falls 0.52% and reaches the lowest level since the beginning of the year. The dollar rose for the seventh time in a row and reached its highest value in a little over a month.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The financial market had another tense day awaiting decisions about basic interest rates in Brazil and the United States.

The dollar rose for the seventh time in a row and reached its highest value in a little over a month.

The stock market had its eighth consecutive drop and reached the lowest level since the beginning of the year.

On Tuesday, June 14, the commercial dollar closed at R$5 . . .

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