USD/BRL - US Dollar Brazil Real

5.0509
+0.0005(+0.01%)
  • Prev. Close:
    5.0504
  • Bid/Ask:
    5.0504/5.0514
  • Day's Range:
    5.0509 - 5.0509
  • Type:Currency
  • Group:Exotic
  • Base:US Dollar
  • Second:Brazil Real

USD/BRL Overview

Prev. Close
5.0504
Bid
5.0504
Day's Range
5.0509-5.0509
Open
5.0504
Ask
5.0514
52 wk Range
4.5805-5.5307
1-Year Change
-4.01%
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USD/BRL - US Dollar Brazil Real News

USD/BRL - US Dollar Brazil Real Analysis

Technical Summary

Type
5 Min
15 Min
Hourly
Daily
Monthly
Moving AveragesSellSellSellStrong SellNeutral
Technical IndicatorsSellSellStrong BuyStrong SellStrong Sell
SummarySellSellNeutralStrong SellSell
Pattern
Timeframe
Reliability
Candles Ago
Candle Time
Completed Patterns
Dragon Fly Doji1D
1Feb 02, 2023
Falling Three Methods1D
3Jan 31, 2023
Doji Star Bullish5H
6Feb 01, 2023 07:00PM
Three Outside Down Bearish1H
17Feb 02, 2023 08:00AM
Engulfing Bearish1W
17Oct 02, 2022

USD/BRL Quotes

Exchange
Last
Bid
Ask
Volume
Change %
Currency
Time
Real-time FX
5.05095.05045.051411,991+0.01%BRL
4.98984.98954.99010-1.62%BRL
5,250.000.000.0000.00%
5,100.000.000.00300-0.90%
5,072.500.000.00334,135-0.17%BRL
Time
Cur.
Imp.
Event
Actual
Forecast
Previous
Friday, February 3, 2023
07:00
BRL
-1.10%0.90%
07:00
BRL
-0.10%
08:00
BRL
49.10
08:00
BRL
51.00
08:30
USD
0.30%0.30%
08:30
USD
4.30%4.60%
08:30
USD
34.3034.30
08:30
USD
3.00K
08:30
USD
6.00K8.00K
08:30
USD
185.00K223.00K
08:30
USD
62.30%
08:30
USD
374.00
08:30
USD
462.00K
08:30
USD
190.00K220.00K
08:30
USD
6.50%
08:30
USD
3.60%3.50%
09:45
USD
46.6045.00
09:45
USD
46.6044.70
10:00
USD
54.5054.70
10:00
USD
49.80
10:00
USD
45.20
10:00
USD
50.4049.60
10:00
USD
67.60
13:00
USD
609.00
13:00
USD
771.00
15:30
USD
5.90K
15:30
USD
20.20K
15:30
USD
277.40K
15:30
USD
249.80K
15:30
USD
157.70K
15:30
USD
-25.30K
15:30
USD
-171.00K
15:30
USD
-209.00K
15:30
USD
25.70K
15:30
USD
155.20K
15:30
USD
-48.30K
15:30
BRL
22.80K

Central Banks

Current Rate4.75%
ChairmanJerome H. Powell
Current Rate13.75%
ChairmanRoberto Campos Neto

Currency Explorer

  • "Brazil's Finance Minister Fernando Haddad said on Monday the newly inaugurated government would move forward with measures to expand the availability of credit despite. Haddad stated that he will work towards a "virtuous balance" of the exchange rate and interest rates in the short term "another good move by our econmist in command. about time they actually do something instead of Bozo gov kissing Americanbutt
    6
    • anal flosshelp the poor people .. you are dreaming ..they dont gove a s.. about anybody but themselves . They are there to steal as much as possible bunch of thiefs !!
      0
    • If they are here to steal, then explain to me how the dollar is now 4.9. we will se the dollar be 3.8 soon!
      1
    • anal flosshahaha you are a joke
      0
  • "Brazil and Argentina to start preparations for a common currency"another win for South America under Lula. Wow what a great opportunity for both countries
    12
    • They are thinking about a paralell currency for commercial and financial settlements which may take many years but not as you stated.. not like Euro.. your hero president doesnt preside a Germany of South America .. it doesnt exist! The idea of a COMMON currency is not what you think, and in any event it will NEVER happen!! Your usual comments definitely reflect your name..
      0
    • Lula wants to turn South America into a Venezuela. I'm turning my Real into a Dollar, Pounds, Franco, and Euro right now.
      2
    • Marcel Aragão Pfeiferonly speculators are buying and carrying over reals!! Once the trend inverts and it will for sure .. the Real will colapse!
      1
  • Lula again winning for Brasil. All the haters just mad they got it wrong.5.12!!!
    8
    • Take it up your first name!!
      0
    • There are no haters, oh ruminant one . Nothing has changed, it's the same old story . The new government barely started and nothing that happens now has to do with it's policies, it's sheer speculation. This type of fluctuation has been going for a while. IBOVESPA danced between 117k a 101k since Lula took over, USD between 5,04 a 5,45. No use getting your underwear all wet by your idol yet, just wait it out. You know, like actual investors do, instead of being a professional beijador de traseiros.
      1
  • Lula just raised the Real to 5.22 from 5.45he is already winning
    14
    • Patrick de Oliveirahi Patrick i think im going to live in Dubai its a lot cheaper than Brazil!! One of my daughters lives there and informs me of prices .. with everyrhing imported, food is much cheaper there than in Brazil !! Would you believe it ? I cant figure out how normal minimum salary people survive !! Its the country of corruption but miracles do happen by the look of it.. ufff!!!!!
      0
    • Hey Lewis! Send me your contact, I would like to hop on that trip! Prices are ridiculous, it's like people don't even remember how life before inflation was like. You do know there's room for a lot more, we're still ahead of the curve with all that interest hiking they did last year. The US might take it easier on their hikes and Brazil will still remain on a delicate position. I doubt we won't be forced to raise it again this year.
      1
    • Patrick de OliveiraWell you will be most welcomed to join me in the trip!! Seriously, 2 years ago I used to buy almost two carts at supermarket for 600 reals .. now I barely get one .. and the minimum salary hasn’t changed !!! Disgusting!!
      0
  • I want to see now the speculators who love to make pennies and lose pounds !!
    1
    • We are going to see rampant crime all over Brazil soon !! Shame for such a beautiful country with mostly pleasant people !!
      0
  • Japan joined the interest-hiking party 🥳🎉
    2
    • Could not agree more .. easy money speculators.. young kids showing daily book profits (onite swaps) when the current changes they will run like frighten rats!! And that is going to happen sooner than what they think!!!!
      0
    • hello Who can help me in trading
      0
    • Are you trying to get scammed? You shouldn't rely on others, if you want to trade.
      0
  • Europe just upped their interest-hiking game too. We talked about this last year, when Brazil started hiking ahead of everyone. I was among the ones who was wrong for predicting EU and US would hike soon too, but I was right in being absolutely sure they eventually would. At least 150 more point in the next few months, and I'll bet you they'll keep carrying it a bit further. With all the spending proposed in Brazil, there's no way 13.75% will hold out in here. Optimists see 14+, see 16+
    0
    • Those high rates attract forex young inexperienced traders who love the overnight returns but do not understand that rewarding carry trades with high interese rates ends up in disaater !!
      0
    • Not to mention that 90% get liquidated due to bad timing or simply due to mechanisms of control, unexpected news, etc. I don't do gambling. Investing is about believing and backing a belief. That's how I take it, at least.
      0
  • CRAZY MARKET ECONOMY MINISTER COMUNIST DOENS'T HAVE ANY EXPERIENCE AND $$200BI OVER THE LIMITED AND THE MARKET IS SLOWDOWN!!!! MORE THAN 7.00 WILL BE SPECTED
    1
    • Yeah what about justice minister ??? Where is Brazil going? I think I know where I am NOT going ..
      0
    • BRL and USD are at war to decide which stinks the most. BOVESPA and DXY both are taking a hit. In the US, it has to do with the CPI data, so the markets are rallying. Whenever markets rally, DXY falters. In Brazil, BOVESPA soon to lose 100k, and nobody can call a bottom.
      0
  • 107k Bovespa. 104 DXY. The Senate already approved the bill to increase spending up to 168 billion over the limit, it's now up to Arthur Lira and the house. That means the markets no longer expect Brazil to decrease the interest by next year, but rather, increase it. Welcome to ghost of Argentina's past. They propose to increase spending, but there's no money. So, what do you do? You'll tax the ******out of people, that's what. That directly reduces wealth, and when you pair it up to increasing interest rates, it's just a matter of time until it snowballs out of control.
    0
    • Betinho fazendo leilão todo dia, uma hora soltam a mola.
      0