Dollar up 2.5 Percent in September; Brazilian Real Remains World’s Weakest Currency in 2020

The Brazilian currency is performing much worse than the Turkish lira, while in the accumulated 12 months its performance is close to the Argentine peso.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - With the fiscal issue increasing the tension among investors in Brazil, the trade dollar has closed September up 2.46 percent against the Real, quoted at R$5.6150 on purchase and R$5.6160 on sale.

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