RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The rise in commodity prices and the international situation had favored the appreciation of currencies in Latin America in 2022, a region where the wind is blowing in favor of the dollar, managing to reverse the trend of the previous year, when the currencies of Argentina, Chile, Colombia, and Peru were among the most depreciated against the greenback.
Last year, the Argentine peso was the second most devalued globally (20.5%), followed by the Chilean peso (18.7%), the Colombian peso (17%), and the Peruvian sol (11.9%).
However, Latin American currencies are regaining momentum in . . .