Dollar Drops for First Time in Three Trading Sessions, Closes at R$5,425

The main Brazilian stock market index closed up 2.03 percent on a day of relief abroad.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On the day economic indicators were released in Brazil, and there was some relief in the international market, the dollar dropped for the first time in three sessions, and the Brazilian stock market experienced a sharp hike. On Monday, June 29th, the dollar closed at R$5.425, down R$0.04 (-0.73 percent).

The currency traded down during virtually the entire session. At the . . .

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