Peru's central bank buys $20 million, sol ends stronger
LIMA Nov 19 (Reuters) - Peru's central bank bought $20 million in the local spot market on Monday but the sol ended bidding 0.35 percent stronger at 2.598 per dollar on signs the U.S. budget dispute can be solved and local companies paid seasonal taxes.
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