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Type: Currency
Group: Exotic
Base: US Dollar
Second: Brazil Real
  • Prev. Close: 3.8315
  • Bid/Ask: 3.7991 / 3.8021
  • Day's Range: 3.7951 - 3.8315
USD/BRL 3.8006 -0.0309 -0.81%
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Caio Junqueira Netto
Caio Junqueira Netto Jun 19, 2018 5:00PM ET
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Central Bank will still keep BRL FX rate at close watch. It does have a lot of ammo until year end to prevent FX rate passthrough  inflation. For the near future it does not seem willing to raise interest rates.
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Renato Domingues
Renato Domingues Jun 12, 2018 5:46PM ET
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Central bank wil be the Bear in the begin day!
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Pedro Dias
Pedro Dias Jun 08, 2018 2:14PM ET
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All of this Real appreciation is Central Bank intervention. Will bounce back when it´s over.
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Sagar Sood
Sagar Sood Jun 08, 2018 11:05AM ET
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Perfect cup n handle on 10yr chart breakout abv 4 will shake everything.....
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Bryan Ali
Bryan_Ali Jun 08, 2018 11:05AM ET
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saw that earlier..
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Jean Pierre le Roux
Jean Pierre le Roux Jun 07, 2018 3:11PM ET
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US Consumer Credit m/m is negative...9.3B forcast was 13.9B
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Andrew Kombi
Andrew Kombi May 30, 2018 7:27AM ET
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I think today $ will slide down a little bit!
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Not Important May 27, 2018 6:24PM ET
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This strike is having a major impact on an already fragile Brazilian economy. The real should loose a lot of value! I expect the Ibovespa to drop hard next week! The big guns are the biggest losers from this strike. That is why Temer is so crazy about ending it...
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Greg We
Greg We May 26, 2018 11:24AM ET
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The weekly candle is an example of Central Bank manipulation, let the fun begin.
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Greg We May 26, 2018 11:24AM ET
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SAO PAULO, May 21 (Reuters) - The Brazilian real rose almost 1 percent against the dollar on Monday, reversing a sharp slide in recent weeks, after the country's central bank boosted its currency swap program and said more intervention could be on the way. Brazil's central bank on Friday evening said it would triple the currency swap contracts - equivalent to operations to sell dollars in futures markets - offered daily to 15,000, after the real fell to its lowest level in more than two years.
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syaoran Li
syaoran Li May 26, 2018 11:24AM ET
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Greg We  lol and now !! ^^
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Matheus Fernando
Matheus Fernando Mar 19, 2018 11:25PM ET
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Man I Have a question. How Money go up or down ? I mean, how a currency values or devalues?
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Allen Avery
Allen Avery Mar 19, 2018 11:25PM ET
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Think about supply and demand or the physical currency. Economy good people invest supply go down currency go up, economy bad people sell investments supply go up currency go down, check out babypips.com for more micro and macro economic movers Read Read Learn Learn B4 you trade, start small on practice accounts so if you switch to real money you still trade small, amount of money made means nothing at first concistency and correct predictions is everything...GL sir!
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Nona Me
Nona Me May 20, 2017 2:59PM ET
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I expected more chatter since bribery charges against Temer
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Joseph Mastoloni
Joseph Mastoloni May 18, 2017 9:51AM ET
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Can Brazil just get a leader who is somewhat competent
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Lucas Avelino
Lucas Avelino May 18, 2017 9:51AM ET
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Brazil will be, your name is BOLSONARO
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Pablo Ribeiro
Pablo Ribeiro May 18, 2017 9:51AM ET
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Brazil will broke way before it's get competent...
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Jose Silva
Jose Silva May 18, 2017 9:51AM ET
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Lucas Avelino Nobody knows who is Bolsonoro, Can be next Lula or next Jefferson nobody knows, Be honest isn't everthing
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LokoTrader LV
LokoTrader LV May 17, 2017 7:36PM ET
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Temer vai se fuderLol time to make money!
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Mohamed Husseini
Mohamed Husseini Apr 17, 2017 10:06AM ET
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that is risky all the way in, brazil's economy is so unstable that at any time BRL could drop to 3.7
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Fábio Peres
Fábio Peres Feb 17, 2017 11:42AM ET
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esperem 2.46 até o fim de 2017
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Fernanda Stefani
Fernanda Stefani Feb 17, 2017 11:42AM ET
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Porque acha isso?
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Bruno Fria
Bruno Fria Jan 04, 2017 9:23PM ET
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Where's the news?
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Vitor Henrique
Vitor Henrique Dec 14, 2016 6:12AM ET
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3,33 it's the support, also for high or down, FED it's today.
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Real Crocodile
Real Crocodile Nov 21, 2016 7:08PM ET
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Also, what happens during the night trade? Sometimes there are some variations, but those variations are always disregarded when the day market opens.
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Vitor Henrique
Vitor Henrique Nov 21, 2016 7:08PM ET
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. The volume traded with the market in "off", moves preferentially on working days, and at trading hours, soon he boosts, due to the large supply of this money in abundance in the market ....
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Real Crocodile
Real Crocodile Nov 11, 2016 11:30AM ET
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Any idea anyone?
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Antonio Castagnoli
Antonio Castagnoli Nov 11, 2016 11:30AM ET
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We have the so called "failure swing" in the weekly chart. In the monthly chart, we'll have to wait for the monthly close. But, it seems that the breakout in a daily view will be maintained. I'm trying to identify what's gonna happen next, but... I don't know. Really. Volatility of USD/BRL has reduced so much since the "5,5% bull day" (after a long time of 4 months with almost no volatility).
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Real Crocodile
Real Crocodile Nov 11, 2016 11:30AM ET
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I don't trust this week's exchange rate very much. It looks like the gain in the real was triggered artificially though central bank's currency swaps. Where do you see the failure swing in the weekly chart? Bullish or bearish?
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Real Crocodile
Real Crocodile Nov 10, 2016 6:47PM ET
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I am speechless....
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Real Crocodile
Real Crocodile Nov 10, 2016 2:49PM ET
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One more cent up will trigger the circuit breaker at the BMF.
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Real Crocodile
Real Crocodile Oct 24, 2016 2:54PM ET
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What about the long term? Like 6 months to a year from now?
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Antonio Castagnoli
Antonio Castagnoli Oct 24, 2016 2:54PM ET
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If it doesn't go bellow 3.15 in october 31st, no trend defined.
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Real Crocodile
Real Crocodile Oct 24, 2016 2:54PM ET
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Thanks!. Lol, I have no clue how you do that but so far your forecasts have been pretty good.
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Antonio Castagnoli
Antonio Castagnoli Oct 24, 2016 2:54PM ET
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Monthly trend defined: lateral trend. I'd advise you to look the weekly trends for a longer term trend.
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Vitor Henrique
Vitor Henrique Oct 24, 2016 8:47AM ET
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.Potential positive credibility of the current government, in addition to destabilization of the dollar with news that are shaking the exchange, take into account the "rain does not wet" the Fed is destabilizing the USD against the Brazilian real. 2.9x is more a reality than a possibility, bearish trend line defined the short term.
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Real Crocodile
Real Crocodile Oct 20, 2016 7:17PM ET
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What happens after w.9xxx?
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Antonio Castagnoli
Antonio Castagnoli Oct 20, 2016 7:17PM ET
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2.9xxx I mean, less then 3.00
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Real Crocodile
Real Crocodile Oct 20, 2016 7:17PM ET
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Yes, I understood. I meant, what happens after 2.90? Do you think it can go even lower? 2.70? 2.50?
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Antonio Castagnoli
Antonio Castagnoli Oct 20, 2016 6:22PM ET
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If it breaks 3.10, wait for 2.9xxx.
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Real Crocodile
Real Crocodile Oct 19, 2016 4:33PM ET
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Here we go. The front month contract DOLX16 closed under 3.200 for the second straight day.
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