has found itself back at all-time highs as China’s weakness is most clearly seen in this region in Brazil. Mondays in the month oil
run or ‘OPEC rally’ propped up a few LATAMFX currencies against the US dollar
most notably the Colombian peso, which dropped significantly on light liquidity as oil
rose nearly 25% and a three day span alongside with USDMXN
, that came down to notable support of 16.60 before resuming the larger trend as Oil
did on Tuesday. In Brazil, the fiscal situation is getting dreadful, as not only the government proposed a -0.5% of GDP primary deficit in its 2016 budget draft, but the details have many looking for the nation to possibly face a junk rating, which will make needed capital harder and more expensive to obtain. The Brazilian Riau has led declines against the USD verse major dollar counterparts.