The Jamaican dollar appreciated during the trading week after weeks of depreciation, according to Bank of Jamaica (BOJ) trading data.
The dollar closed at $137.01 from starting the week at $137.53.
It hit a low of $137.55 on Thursday. The dollar appreciated amid announcements by the BOJ, under its B-FXITT sales, that it would sell just over half the amount of US dollars into the system over the next two weeks (totaling US$35 million) when compared with the previous two weeks (totaling US$65 million).
The dollar depreciation was accelerated between June to August this year.
The pound closed at $177.53 from starting the trading week at $176.49. The Canadian dollar closed at $105.60 from $105.90.