The greenback advanced 0.60% compared to Friday’s close. US$197 million were negotiated in the market at an average price of S/3.8618.
He dollar price closed the exchange session on Monday, January 30, 2023, and stood at S/ 3.8520, which is equivalent to an advance of 0.60% compared to the close of Friday when it was listed at S/ 3.8290, according to reported the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP).
At 1.50 pm the green ticket in the parallel market It was listed at S/3,830 for the purchase and S/3,870 for the sale. While the referential exchange rate in the banking market was located at S/3.8280 for the purchase and S/3.8790 for the sale in the Credit Bank of Peru.
during the day the demand came from non-residents, the dollar reaching its highest level with the price of S/3.8700 during the morning, while the offer came from the intervention of the BCR with Exchange Swaps Sale for S/400 million, and the dollar reached a minimum price of S/3,850.
US$197 million was negotiated in the market at an average price of S/3.8618. Today there were maturities of Exchange Swaps Sale for S/200 million, said Allison Pérez, Currency Trader at Renta4 SAB.
On the local scene, the congress approved with 66 votes in favor the reconsideration to advance the elections this year 2023, since yesterday the president of Peru, Dina Boluarte, announced that in case the congress does not reach an agreement to advance the elections this 2023, will present two bills.
“At a global level, the dollar appreciating slightly at the LATAM level. This week are the meetings of the central banks, and it is considered a key week, since they will give their last decisions regarding their monetary policy,” Pérez added.
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