RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – The Dollar Index (DXY), a reference for the variation of US American currency prices worldwide, reached the maximum since 2002 on May 12, when it hit 104.54 points.
The index is formed by a basket of strong currencies, representing most of the dollar trades globally. This year alone, the DXY has risen more than in 2021. The accumulated appreciation in these first months of . . .