RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The U.S. dollar closed down on Monday. The currency sales abroad extending to local operations in a day of regained appetite for risk and the eve of the monetary policy decision in the United States.
In general, the domestic forex market remains unstable, while investors also prepare for the Copom decision next week.
The spot dollar closed down 0.68%, at R$5.1748 on sale. The currency ranged from R$5.231 (+0.40%) to R$5.1522 (-1.11%).
Abroad, the dollar dropped 0.3% as a goodly number of currencies with similar . . .