Peru's central bank offers to sell dollars to curb slipping sol
LIMA Aug 26 (Reuters) - Peru's central bank offered to sell dollars in the local spot market on Monday as the sol currency weakened 0.11 percent to trade at 2.814/2.815 per dollar.
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