By Jay Forte, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The U.S. dollar opened this morning (Wednesday, July 4th) with a slight increase of 0.17 percent, selling at R$3.9019/US$1, among the strongest exchanges to the Brazilian real since March 2016, when it reached R$4.09/US$1.
On June 7th, the foreign exchange rate hit a 26-month low at R$3.9684/US$1, retreating only . . .