Peru's central bank offers to buy dollars, sol stable
LIMA Oct 4 (Reuters) - Peru's central bank offered to buy dollars in the local spot market on Thursday as the sol currency bid stable at 2.598 per dollar.
The sol has been trading around its strongest level in more than 15 years. The central bank has bought a record number of dollars this year and tightened reserve requirements to curb inflows of foreign capital.
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