US Dollar to Brazilian Real Exchange Rate

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= R$ 4.1698

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    US Dollar to the Brazilian Real for the last 10 days

    Nov 04 Nov 05 Nov 06 Nov 07 Nov 08 Nov 09 Nov 10 Nov 11 Nov 12 Nov 13
    1 USD = 4.0123 Inverse: 0.2492 3.9936 Inverse: 0.2504 4.0838 Inverse: 0.2449 4.1010 Inverse: 0.2438 4.1633 Inverse: 0.2402 4.1633 Inverse: 0.2402 4.1634 Inverse: 0.2402 4.1528 Inverse: 0.2408 4.1692 Inverse: 0.2399 4.1701 Inverse: 0.2398

    US Dollar to the Brazilian Real for the last 10 months

    Jan 13 Feb 13 Mar 16 Apr 16 May 17 Jun 17 Jul 18 Aug 18 Sep 18 Oct 19
    1 USD = 3.7115 Inverse: 0.2694 3.7544 Inverse: 0.2664 3.8138 Inverse: 0.2622 3.9053 Inverse: 0.2561 4.0989 Inverse: 0.2440 3.8885 Inverse: 0.2572 3.7189 Inverse: 0.2689 4.0070 Inverse: 0.2496 4.1109 Inverse: 0.2433 4.1131 Inverse: 0.2431

    US Dollar to the Brazilian Real for the last 10 years

    Nov 2009 Nov 2010 Nov 2011 Nov 2012 Nov 2013 Nov 2014 Nov 2015 Nov 2016 Nov 2017 Nov 2018
    1 USD = 1.7329 Inverse: 0.5771 1.7209 Inverse: 0.5811 1.7490 Inverse: 0.5718 2.0470 Inverse: 0.4885 2.3300 Inverse: 0.4292 2.5636 Inverse: 0.3901 3.7661 Inverse: 0.2655 3.3721 Inverse: 0.2965 3.2772 Inverse: 0.3051 3.7309 Inverse: 0.2680

    Forecast rates for USD to BRL

    Month $1 USD =
    December, 2019 R$4.12
    January, 2020 R$4.12
    February, 2020 R$4.11
    March, 2020 R$4.10
    April, 2020 R$4.10
    May, 2020 R$4.09
    June, 2020 R$4.08
    July, 2020 R$4.08
    August, 2020 R$4.07

    Rate prediction methodology and disclaimer

    Forecast rates are our best estimate of average exchange rates over the next 11 months. We base these rates on an analysis of current and historical Wall Street prices of related financial instruments and historical exchange rates for this currency pair.

    If details are missing, it means that we didn’t have sufficient data to make a forecast.

    These rates are educated expectations only, not financial advice. Talk with a professional before any important financial decision.

    Today’s market rate for common transfer amounts USD to BRL

    US Dollars (USD) Brazilian Real (BRL)
    $1 0
    $100 0
    $500 0
    $1000 0
    $1500 0
    $2500 0
    $5000 0

    How does the US dollar trade against the Brazilian real historically?

    The US dollar is the most traded currency in the world, and the real is among the most actively traded of emerging market currencies.

    When the Brazilian real was introduced in July 1994, it roughly maintained parity with the US dollar. But it’s since undergone a devaluation of more than 20% due to economic crises and insufficient currency inflows.

    What affects USD > BRL exchange rates?

    Exports from Japan and China

    Both countries buy dollars to stabilize their currencies. This helps them create cheaper exports, which in turn makes their exports more attractive to world buyers.

    The policies of the Federal Reserve

    When the Fed stops distributing dollars (as just one example), it restricts the money supply. Hence, demand goes up.

    US interest rates

    Brazilian real is sensitive to changes in US interest rates that affect how foreign investments in emerging markets.

    Policy changes in Asian countries

    Brazil extensively trades with Asian countries like China, which means that its currency is affected by commercial policy changes in those countries.

    US Dollar

    The US dollar is the most traded currency in the world. The world’s unofficial reserve currency, it can be found in most major currency pairs. In forex, it’s an important benchmark and target rate for countries that fix or peg their currencies against its value. It is also used as the standard currency for oil, precious metals and other commodities.
    Currency:US Dollar
    Currency Symbol:$
    Sub unit:cents
    Sub unit symbol:c
    Bank notes:$1, $5, $10, $20, $50, $100
    Coins:1c, 5c, 10c, 25c, 50c

    Brazilian Real

    The Brazilian real is the official currency of Brazil, the largest economy in South America. The currency was introduced in 1994 to stabilize the economy after growing inflation.
    Currency:Brazilian Real
    Currency Symbol:R$
    Sub unit:centavo
    Sub unit symbol:c
    Bank notes:R$2, R$5, R$10, R$20, R$50, R$100
    Coins:5c, 10c, 25c, 50c, R$1

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