Wednesday, 25 November 2020

Chasing the dollar

Pressure on the exchange dollar rate does not give way: November started on the rise.

The dollar exchange this November 4, 2020, is ¢607.11 for the buy and ¢614.55 for the sell, set by the Central Bank.

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At the banks, the dollar exchange is ¢600 – ¢606 for the buy and  ¢618 –  ¢619 for the sell.

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