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sabato 26 settembre 2015

Durden: SurReal. Il Real brasiliano fa un piccolo rally dopo il "whaterver it takes moment" della sua banca centrale



Dal Financial Times:

The Brazilian real on Thursday enjoyed its biggest rally in seven years after the governor of the central bank said he was willing to use “all instruments” available to policymakers to stem the currency’s recent slide.

After tumbling 1.7 per cent to a new low of R$4.2478 to the dollar earlier in the day, the real rallied by as much as 7 per cent intraday, ending a five-day losing streak. By late afternoon in New York the currency was 4.7 per cent higher, its biggest gain since November 2008 as it pared its loss against the dollar this year to 33 per cent.

On Wednesday the bank announced plans to auction $2bn worth of new currency swaps over two days — in effect restarting a programme that was scrapped earlier this year. Its president, Alexandre Tombini, on Thursday sought further to shore up investor confidence, hinting at deploying its $371bn of foreign currency reserves to buttress the real.

“In this process (to tame volatility), all instruments are available for the central bank. Foreign reserves are an insurance that could and should be used,” Mr Tombini said.


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