Peru Central Bank Buying Dollars for First Time Since 2014By
Buys $55 million to force sol to close unchanged versus USD
Sol is Latin America’s less volatile currency in last year
Peru’s central bank bought dollars in the local currency market for the first time in almost two years to stem a rally in the sol.
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