The dollar fell in the morning on Wednesday (January 1) on the back of a downtrend against major overseas major currencies and other emerging currency pairs on the day of famine for risky assets. The DXY index, which compares with the dollar against six major currencies, fell after analysts ‘estimates that the U.S. private sector created 374,000 jobs in August fell short of analysts’ estimates (+600,000 jobs).
Data for U.S. wages released this Friday (3) raises expectations, and may show a recovery temperature for the job market and the country’s economy. The decision of the “Reserve List” “payroll” is considered important to support the initial estimates of the process (“tapping”) of the process of reducing property purchases this year.
Previously, the US currency had already opened in negative territory, under external influence, but it was slow in the spot market, under the influence of a 0.1% fall in GDP in the second quarter of the country, below the average high of 0.2% expected by economists. On an annualized basis, GDP grew by 12.4% in the second quarter, well below the average of 12.8% (10.5% to 13.6%).
Investors are also looking at reports from central bank chairman Roberto Campos Neto. He said in the room hearing that BC should be tough and make it clear that it will follow the inflation target on the relevant horizon and that the company should revise its GDP plan for 2021.
At 9:50 a.m. Wednesday, the dollar was down 0.41% at R $ 5.1509. The dollar futures for October rose 0.14% to R $ 5.1710, after hitting a high of R $ 5.1850.
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