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Price of the dollar in Peru: what is the exchange rate today, Wednesday, February 8?

Price of the dollar in Peru: what is the exchange rate today, Wednesday, February 8?

He Central Reserve Bank (BCR) reported that the dollar price today, Wednesday, February 8, closed higher. Also, know the exchange rate in the parallel market and in the main banks of Peru

The price of dollar price todayWednesday, February 8, is linked to the movements carried out daily by the Central Reserve Bank (BCR). In addition to this official information, we tell you what the exchange rate of the US currency for the purchase and sale in financial institutions, money changers, online exchange houses and the Jr. Ocoña.

Dollar price today in Peru: minute by minute of the exchange rate

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Why does the price of the dollar go up or down?

He dollar price It goes up or down when affected by supply and demand. If there is more supply than demand, the price falls. But if the demand exceeds the supply, the price increases.

What is the exchange rate delivered by the Sunat used for?

Finance expert Jorge Carrillo Acosta spoke about the role played by the exchange rate offered by Sunat. “Actually it is a reference for tax issues. For example, a company that has its accounting in soles in the vast majority and if it buys something in dollars, it has to use the sale exchange rate of the day of the transaction (the day it is issues the invoice). Then it serves so that this person can know what exchange rate registers in his accounting, in his tax return, the purchase of this good or service”, he commented.

Likewise, the expert added that the Sunat exchange rate is a reference like others. “It’s not a bad reference but it’s not the only one either.”

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How much did the dollar close this Tuesday, February 7?

According to the official website of the Central Reserve Bank, the exchange rate closed this Tuesday at S/ 3.8450.

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What is the best time to exchange dollars?

The best time to change or sell dollars is in the morning, and the best time range is from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., that is, at the opening of the foreign exchange market where financial institutions or exchange houses offer their best deals. prices.

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What is the ‘Ocoña’ dollar?

The Ocoña dollar, also known as the informal exchange rate, refers to the “street dollar” that is bought and sold in the parallel market or exchange houses. Its name is given in reference to the Ocoña jirón, located in downtown Lima, where the first exchange houses were installed in the eighties.

Why is the exchange rate important?

“We are a country that is highly dependent on the exchange rate. A large part of our economy is associated with imported goods that are purchased in dollars,” emphasized Jorge Luis Ojeda.

For example, the country buys wheat at the cost of foreign currency and the food in the livestock industry depends on that, in addition to the preparation of bread and derivatives. That, at the same time, influences the basic family basket. A similar scenario occurs with fuel, which is also purchased from the international market.

What is the exchange rate?

The exchange rate is the price of the dollar in any country, which is divided into buying and selling, said Jorge Carrillo Acosta, an expert in Finance from Pacífico Business School.

What is the price of the dollar today in Peru?

According to the portal cuantoestá, the price of the parallel dollar in Peru It is listed at S/3,825 for purchase and S/3,855 for sale. While the average in the banking market stands at S/3,843 for purchase and S/3,847 for sale.
It should be noted that in the session held last Friday, February 3, the exchange rate closed at S/ 3,839, as reported by the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP).

Source: Larepublica

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