BUENOS AIRES Nov 30 Argentina's peso
closed down 1.2 percent on Wednesday at 15.89 per dollar, its
lowest close on record, pressured by the central bank's interest
rate easing, a stronger U.S. dollar and weak economic data in
Argentina, traders said.
The peso devalued sharply late last year after President
Mauricio Macri lifted currency controls and allowed the peso to
float shortly after taking office. It hit its all-time low
against the dollar in March, and fell 4.6 percent against the
dollar in November.
(Reporting by Jorge Otaola; Writing by Luc Cohen; Editing by