The price of the US dollar in Colombia operated this Thursday, in the midst of a global decline in the dollar, and with the markets attentive to the negotiations for a ceasefire between Russia and Ukraine, although with an atmosphere of caution.
QUOTATION OF THE DOLLAR IN COLOMBIA THIS MARCH 31
The price of the dollar in Colombia for this Thursday, March 31, 2022 is 3,753 Colombian pesos, according to Reuters data.
In the previous day, at the regional level, the currencies and stock markets of Latin America showed a mixed behavior at the close of operations on Wednesday, in the midst of a global decline in the dollar, and with the markets attentive to negotiations for a high to the fire between Russia and Ukraine, albeit with an atmosphere of caution.
According to the Reuters agency, the dollar depreciated to a low of almost two weeks on Wednesday, when optimism about the peace talks between Russia and Ukraine faded and the attention of investors was focused on economic data and expectations around to interest rates.
The dollar index, which compares the greenback to a basket of six currencies, traded 0.57% lower at 97.861 in New York afternoon, having earlier hit its lowest level since March 17.
Much of the decline was due to the strength of the euro, which rebounded on Tuesday following Russia’s promise during peace talks to scale back its attacks on kyiv.
Meanwhile, the Kremlin on Wednesday welcomed the fact that kyiv had put in writing its demands to end the conflict in Ukraine, but said there was still no sign of a breakthrough.
Kremlin spokesman Dmitri Peskov told reporters that Russia had not seen anything really promising or that looked like progress, saying there was a long period of work ahead.
MAXIMUM AND MINIMUM QUOTATION OF THE DOLLAR IN COLOMBIA IN 2021
In 2021, the US dollar was exchanged at a maximum of 4,033.25 Colombian pesos, while its lowest level was 3,412.80.