By Ben Tavener, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – The dollar ended with a fall of 0.67 percent on Thursday, after closing high five sessions in a row. However, it still closed relatively high against the Brazilian Real, at R$1.91. The main Stock Exchange index in São Paulo, Brazil's economic powerhouse - the Bovespa - had opened the day on an upward trend, but then closed down 0.51 percent, at 62,104 points.
The dollar had risen . . .