Brazilian Central Bank spends $ 15.2 billion in March to try to hold the dollar

To try to contain the dollar’s boom, the Brazilian Central Bank already injected $ 15.245 billion in resources in the foreign exchange market in March. The dollar has been rising around the world amid investors’ search for protective assets. Finally, in Brazil, the turbulent political scenario around the tax budget has served as a stimulus for an even more expensive dollar.

Source: Correio Braziliense