With 3.18% fall, the Colombian peso is the most depreciated currency in Latin America in september 2020

The currencies of the main Latin American economies continue to increase their losses due to uncertainty and fears about covid-19. The Colombian peso became the most devalued currency in the region so far this month, with a 3.18% depreciation, according to Bloomberg. The fall in the return value between the local peso in relation to the dollar is due to the pandemic and lower oil prices.

Source: La República