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Chilean peso strengthens to nearly one-year high in early July

After hitting a multi-year low in January, the Chilean peso has recovered somewhat in recent months and appreciated to its strongest value in nearly one year in early July. On 4 July, the currency traded at 657.0 CLP per USD. The print represented a 3.7% appreciation over the same day in June but a 3.1% depreciation in annual terms. Since the beginning of this year, the peso gained 7.3%.

The recent strengthening of the peso is mainly the result of a surge in copper prices at the end of June and in early July. Copper is Chile’s top export and its price is thus strongly correlated with Chile’s currency. On top of this, the appreciating peso also reflects that the U.S. dollar weakened on the back of expectations that the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank will hike interest rates later than previously thought following the UK’s vote to leave the European Union.

Panelists surveyed for this month’s LatinFocus report expect the peso to trade at 697 CLP per USD at the end of 2016. Next year, the panel sees the currency trading at 693 CLP per USD.

Chile - Exchange Rate Data

2013  2014  2015  2016  2017  
Exchange Rate (vs USD)525.5  606.9  708.6  669.8  615.4  

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Chile Exchange Rate
Note: Chilean Peso (CLP) per U.S. dollar.
Source: Thomson Reuters.

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ValueChangeDate
Bond Yield4.77-0.44 %Aug 14
Exchange Rate667.70.05 %Aug 15
Stock Market26,646-0.67 %Aug 14

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