Chile peso opens weaker in wake of surprise interest rate cut
SANTIAGO Oct 18 (Reuters) - Chile's peso opened roughly 0.38 percent weaker in opening trade on Friday, shedding strength a day after the central bank surprisingly cut its key interest rate to 4.75 percent.
It was trading at 495.80 pesos per U.S. dollar on Friday morning.
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