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Today, Friday, March 31, the price of the dollar in Peru rose slightly at the end of this week, how much is it worth to you?
Further know exchange rate in the interbank market and the purchase-sale price in exchange offices, exchange offices and financial institutions.
How much is a dollar worth in Peru today
The Central Reserve Bank (BCR) said the dollar closed at S/3.76 at the interbank level this afternoon.
Today the price of green ticket on the Peruvian market, it rose by 0.03%, while on the international market, the US currency remained weak.
Internationally, the dollar continued to have an impact after it became known that spending in the United States has slowed, and although inflation has shown signs of cooling, investors still expect the US Federal Reserve to continue raising interest rates at least once this year. year.
“At the global level, the US has again negative data on prices for basic personal consumer spending, which means that personal spending has increased slightly. The US Federal Reserve is expected to continue raising interest rates at least one more time this year. per year,” says Allison Perez, FX trader at Renta4 SAB.
With today’s result, the price of the dollar in Peru continues to be lower than reported 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/3.75 and sell it at an average of S/3.78.
It is estimated that at digital exchanges, a green ticket is bought for around SGD 3.74 and sold for around SGD 3.77. For example, this afternoon in belt They buy the dollar at SGD 3,748 and sell at SGD 3,778.
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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