The unstoppable dollar in Latin America, with historical highs in Chile and Colombia

Colombia today registered the arrival of the dollar at the highest rate in its history, of COL$4,353.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The dollar today continued its unstoppable rise in Latin America and this Wednesday it reached record highs in Chile and Colombia, in the midst of a world scenario marked by nervousness over a possible recession in the United States and adverse political and economic situations in some countries of the region.

The U.S. currency was quoted around noon at CLP$1,000 (Chilean pesos) and closed the day at CLP$965, a new historical maximum in the midst of a global strengthening of the currency and before the decline in the value of copper, the . . .

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