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This morning this Wednesday, January 25th, dollar in Peru, the price of S/3.89 was registered at the interbank level.
quote this morning is in line with what was recorded at the close of the exchange session yesterday, when it was reported the second consecutive increase in a week.
exchange rate In the Peruvian market, it rose by more than 0.20%, recording the highest level since the beginning of November 2022.
With this result, BCR indicates that so far in 2023 price in dollars this is 2.29% higher than the exchange rate registered at the end of last year.
Why did the dollar rise?
This rise in the dollar in Peru comes amid uncertainty sparked by protests that have killed more than 50 people and cost S$2,150 million in economic damage.
“BCRP intervened by placing an exchange-traded swap totaling SGD 1,250 million with maturities ranging from 3 to 6 months. Similarly, there were trades maturing on an exchange-traded swap worth SGD 800 million,” says Fabiola Gutiérrez, FX trader at Renta4 SAB. .
For its part, Reuters said the dollar edged higher after data emerged showing US economic activity contracted for the seventh month in a row in January, but with signs that the recession is easing.
Dollar price for buying and selling
The latest report from the cuantoestaeldolar.pe platform states that money changers they buy the dollar at S/3.87 and sell it at an average of S/3.90.
Besides, in digital exchange offices it is stated that the green ticket is bought for approximately $3.88 and sold for approximately $3.91.
We remind you that from 09:00 a.m. price in dollars It will show changes associated with the start of the exchange session, while the price may go up or down even before 13:30, when the session closes.