The exchange rate fell 0.13% in relation to the close of the day before when it reached S/3.8520. US$ 248 million were negotiated in the market at an average price of S/3.8467.
He exchange rate of the dollar closed the trading session of this Tuesday, January 31, 2023, and was quoted at S/3.8470, which means a retracement of -0.13% in relation to the close of the day before when it rose to S/3.8520, as reported by the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP).
At 1.50 pm the US currency in the parallel market It was located at S/3,820 for the purchase and S/3,850 for the sale. While in the banking market the referential exchange rate was placed at S/3.8150 for purchase and S/3.8770 for sale at Banco de Crédito del Perú (BCP).
During the day, the offer came from corporations, reaching the dollar at a minimum price of S/3.8410. In the market, US$ 248 million was negotiated at an average price of S/3.8467. The BCRP intervened with Exchange Swaps Sale for S/262 million. In addition, there was an expiration of Foreign Exchange Sale swaps for S/620 million, explained Allisson Pérez, Foreign Currency Trader at Renta4 SAB.
Likewise, Pérez added that at a global level, the dollar loses position, since today negative data has come out in the US. This added to the fact that the markets are waiting for the meetings of the FED and the ECB.
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