The dollar showed a slight drop in the first trades against the real this Tuesday (17), with investors eyeing the external scenario after economic data from China and, locally, still digesting news and government decisions that impact the fiscal agenda.
Finance Minister Fernando Haddad has an extensive agenda at the World Economic Forum in Davos, including bilateral meetings with IMF Director General Kristalina Georgieva and German Finance Minister Christian Lindner.
At 9:25 am (Brasília time), the spot dollar retreated 0.16%, to 5.140 on sale.
On B3, at 9:11 am (Brasília time), the first contract dollar futures contract fell 0.20%, at R$ 5.159.
The Central Bank will hold an auction of up to 16,000 traditional exchange rate swap contracts in this trading session for the purpose of rolling over the maturity of February 1, 2023.
On the eve, the dollar in sight closed up 0.80%, at R$ 5.148 in the sale.
Source: CNN Brasil
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