Brazilian real (BRL)

An emerging market and the largest economy in South America, Brazil has a lot going for it, including many sought after natural resources and freedom from foreign oil dependence.1

Note: the Brazilian real is a non-deliverable currency, which means we're unable to deliver the currency to you because of foreign government regulation.2

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Interactive Data asset trends are based on indicative or "spot" currency exchange rates as of the dates specified. Such rates are generally only available for large volume transactions conducted by institutional investors at a specific point in time. These rates are illustrative only and do not reflect interbank rates available to us or the rates we make available to customers at any point in time, and the trend data provided do not include retail exchange spreads or other transaction costs. Past performance is not a guarantee of future results.