RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – The dollar started the week in a firm rise against the real, amid the aversion to risk in international markets generated by the spread of cases of the Delta variant, which threatens the recovery of the global economy. The future interest rates, in turn, register slight movements and are around the previous adjustments.
Around 11 am, the commercial dollar was up 1.43%, quoted at R$ 5.1883, after hitting R$ 5.2013 at the day’s maximum.
In interest rate futures, the rates were falling, in line with the low yields of ten-year Treasuries . . .
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