Peru's sol ends bidding 0.59 pct weaker on Fed comments
LIMA, Sept 20
LIMA, Sept 20 (Reuters) - Peru's sol currency weakened 0.59 percent to end bidding 2.749 per U.S. dollar on Friday after St. Louis Fed President James Bullard said the Federal Reserve might still taper back bond buying at its next meeting in October.
The sol's offer price closed at 2.750 per dollar.
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