The dollar has a chart at the top of its chart that makes it look like the currency is going up, but it’s not.
It’s a symbol that shows the change in the U.S. government’s monetary policy, which has been in the opposite direction since Donald Trump was elected.
It says “USD/BRL,” which stands for the dollar value of the Brent crude oil benchmark, a crude oil price that is used as the benchmark for most international trading.
The dollar value is calculated by dividing the Brent price by the price of U.K. crude oil.
That’s how you calculate the dollar amount in other currencies.
In the case of the U