Dollar operates in fall at the opening of a holiday in São Paulo

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The dollar fell against the real in the first trades this Wednesday (25), extending losses of the last two sessions, in line with the performance of the US currency against emerging currencies abroad.

Locally, the entry of foreign funds into the country is still on the radar, as it helped the real in recent trading sessions, while operators monitor the visit of President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva to Uruguay.

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Wednesday is a public holiday in São Paulo, which can reduce liquidity, even though B3 operates normally.

At 9:09 am (Brasília time), the dollar spot BRBY retreated 0.39%, to 5.1229 reais on sale.

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On the B3, at 9:09 am (Brasília time), the dollar futures contract for the first month DOLc1 fell 0.43%, at 5.1280 reais.

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 March 1, 2023.

The day before, the dollar in sight closed down 1.09%, at 5.1428 reais on sale.

Source: CNN Brasil

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