At the close of business this Monday, the dollar in Colombia rose almost as much as it had fallen last Friday, remaining just 15 pesos from the next mark, and only one peso from its highest value of the year.
In this way, the representative market rate (TRM) for this Tuesday, May 10, was $4,085.76.
Representative Market Rate in force for May 10, 2022: $4,085.76 pic.twitter.com/Yd08bfqz3U
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In exchange houses, Dollar today reports what the North American currency is quoted around 3,820 pesos for the purchase and 3,900 pesos for the salealthough it is a merely indicative value that changes from one establishment to another.
Price of a barrel of oil for this Tuesday, May 10
Oil prices collapsed on Monday by the strengthening of the dollar and fears of a recession due to the confinements in China.
The North Sea Brent barrel for July delivery fell 5.73% to $105.94 in London. While West Texas Intermediate (WTI) It yielded 6.08%, at $103.09 in New York.