Venezuelan Currency Depreciated 14.75 Percent Against Dollar in One Week

The U.S. currency soared to almost 800,000 bolivars at the close of Friday's trading. The largest banknote in circulation is 50,000 bolivars.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Venezuelan currency, the Bolivar, lost 14.75 percent of its value against the dollar in just a week, during which the U.S. currency soared to an average of 782,025.16 bolivars by the end of Friday, the Venezuelan Central Bank reported.

Early in the week, the U.S. currency . . .

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