Peru's cenbank buys $60 million, sol ends bidding stronger
LIMA, Sept 6
LIMA, Sept 6 (Reuters) - Peru's central bank bought $60 million on the local spot market on Thursday, and the sol currency ended bidding 0.12 percent stronger at 2.608 per dollar.
The central bank has bought more than $10 billion so far this year as the sol has strengthened to its highest levels in more than 15 years.
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