Sao Paulo (Reuters) – The currency showed little movement against realities in early deals on Tuesday, with investors waiting for US economic indicators that could provide clues to the next steps in the Federal Reserve’s monetary policy.
At 9:09, the dollar was down 0.13%, hitting 5.2742, while the most liquid contract rose 0.35%, hitting 5.288.
Previously, the spot dollar rose 0.67% to 5.2812 raises, the highest level since May 26 (5.3127 raises).
For this session the central bank announced the traditional swap auction to replace the 15,000 contracts that matured in January and May 2022.
(By Luana Maria Benedetto)
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