Check the price of the dollar in Peru today, Sunday, November 14, for the purchase and sale in the parallel market and in the main banks. The North American currency opened with a price of S / 4.0187, according to the Bloomberg portal. On Saturday, November 13, the greenback closed with a value of S / 4.0190, according to the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP).
The closing of the session is equal to Saturday for a value of S / 4.0190, according to BCRP data. Before the end of the day, the monetary authority sold US $ 50 million directly to the market, at an average value of S / 4.0180 per dollar. In this way, BCRP accumulates cash purchases for US $ 667 million in November and for US $ 10,918 million this year.
The president of the Central Reserve Bank (BCRP), Julio Velarde, He reported that The Peruvian economy would grow 13.2% this year if the production rate observed until August is maintained. Likewise, the central manager of Economic Studies of the BCRP, Adrián Armas, pointed out that during September of this year, the Peruvian economy would have grown between 8 and 9.5%. , he specified this Friday
At the economic level, the Executive has on the agenda to raise the minimum vital remuneration (RMV) next year, and for this they called the union centrals and business unions to attend this Saturday, at 10:00 am The president has assured that his Government will raise the current minimum wage: “As of December, no formal worker will earn less than 1,000 soles a month until the minimum wage increases,” said the head of state.
Live: Live: dollar price, exchange rate today, Sunday, November 14 for buying and selling
The dollar stands at S / 4.0187, according to Bloomberg
The price of the dollar today, Sunday, November 14, is at S / 4.0187, according to Bloomberg, at 8.25 am
What is the exchange rate?
We use the exchange rate, which is the price of one country’s currency (currency) in terms of another, to change a currency. It is also known as the exchange rate in other countries.
Why is the exchange rate important?
Knowing the exchange rate or exchange rate helps us to know how many units of national currency must be paid to obtain a foreign currency. For example, in Peru, to obtain one dollar, approximately three and ninety soles must be delivered.
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