Peru's central bank sells $30 million, sol ends slightly weaker
LIMA Aug 23 (Reuters) - Peru's central bank sold $30 million in the local spot market on Friday and the sol currency weakened 0.04 percent to finish bidding at 2.811 per dollar.
The sol has depreciated more than 10 percent this year on expectations the U.S. Federal Reserve may soon wind down stimulus measures.
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