Colombian Peso (COP)

Wall Street Journal  Feb 3  Comment 
The Colombian peso, for years one of the strongest currencies in Latin America, has fallen to its weakest level since 2007.
Bloomberg  Feb 3  Comment 
Colombia’s peso fell the most in emerging markets after central bank Governor Jose Dario Uribe said a weakening currency is “something we view as positive.”
Bloomberg  Sep 24  Comment 
Colombian Peso Rally Seen Over on Dollar Buying: Market Reversal The Colombian peso’s best monthly rally this year is showing signs of fatigue as policy makers consider...


The chart at left shows the USD/COP currency pair; the number of Colombian Peso equivalent to 1 U.S. Dollar (USD).

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