Peru's central bank sells $15 million, sol ends weaker
LIMA Oct 9 (Reuters) - Peru's central bank sold $15 million in the local spot market on Wednesday and the sol currency finished bidding 0.47 percent weaker to bid/sell at 2.79/2.791 per dollar.
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