Peru's currency reaches strongest level in a year this week

Peru's national currency has emerged as a mainstay of relative stability among Latin American foreign exchange markets, reaching its strongest level in a year this week. After taking a hit during the nearly two-year presidency of Pedro Castillo, the Peruvian sol is bouncing back just months after his removal and the subsequent protests that briefly stifled the economy of this Latin American nation.


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