Peru's central bank offers to buy dollars as sol gains
LIMA Nov 19 (Reuters) - Peru's central bank offered to buy dollars in the local spot market on Monday to offset the sol's gains as expectations that the U.S. budget problem would be solved grew and local companies bought soles to pay seasonal taxes.
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