Velarde Sees Stronger Peru Currency in Two Years on Copper SurgeBy
Central bank president says fundamentals point to appreciation
Sees excess of pessimism about outlook for developing markets
Peru’s currency slump has run its course, and the sol should appreciate in the next two years as new copper mines come on stream, said central bank President Julio Velarde.
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