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This morning on Tuesday, March 28, dollar In Peru, it has a price of S/3.77 at the interbank level.
price this morning corresponds to what was registered at the end of yesterday, when the dollar fell a little.
He exchange rate it eased in Peru as Latin American currency and stock markets rallied as global risk aversion eased after concerns about banking in the United States eased.
According to the agency Reuters The relief came after the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation said First Citizens BancShares Inc would take all Silicon Valley bank deposits and loans from the regulator.
“The prospect of increased support from US authorities eased some concerns about the troubled regional banking sector,” brokerage Acciones y Valores said in a statement.
For its part, Renta4 SAB indicates that the decline in demand for dollars came after the comment US Federal Reserve System (FRS) after recent risks in the banking sector.
“Globally, the US market is somewhat stable amid optimism about the banking sector, as US Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell indicated that the US banking system remains strong. Despite this, the banking sector remains fragile,” says Allison Perez, foreign exchange trader at Renta4 SAB. .
Dollar price for buying and selling
The latest report from the cuantoestaeldolar.pe platform states that money changers they buy the dollar at S/3.76 and sell it at an average of S/3.78.
Besides, in digital exchange offices it is stated that a green ticket is bought for approximately SGD 3.75 and sold for approximately SGD 3.79.
We remind you that from 09:00 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.
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