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Today, Thursday, March 30, the price of the dollar in Peru rose slightly, despite the fall in recent days.
Further know exchange rate in the interbank market and the purchase-sale price in exchange offices, exchange offices and financial organizations.
How much is a dollar worth today in Peru
The Central Reserve Bank (BCR) said that this afternoon the dollar rose from S/3.75 to S/3.76 at the interbank level.
Today the price of green ticket it rose 0.24% in the Peruvian market, despite the performance of the US currency internationally.
“Globally, there is negative data in the US on new jobless claims as the number of people submitting their papers for support from the US government has increased. These data harm the dollar, adding to the positive data on inflation in some European countries, which affect the euro,” said Allison Perez, currency trader at Renta4 SAB.
Reuters also reported that dollar fell on the world market after positive data on the European economy became known.
“The US dollar fell to a one-week low against the euro on Thursday as inflation data from Germany helped strengthen the single currency and concerns about the banking sector eased,” they said.
Despite today’s results, exchange rate in Peru, it is still 1.16% cheaper than it was at the end of 2022.
Dollar price for buying and selling
According to the cuantoestaeldolar.pe platform, today money changers they buy the dollar at S/3.74 and sell it at S/3.77 on average.
It is estimated that at digital exchangers, a green ticket is bought for around SGD 3.75 and sold for around SGD 3.77. For example, this afternoon in rexy They buy the dollar at S/3.748 and sell at S/3.78.
It is worth noting that this dollar price will remain in this range until 09:00 the next day, when the exchange market in Peru reopens.
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