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Dollar in Peru: exchange rate rises at the opening and stands at S / 4.0204

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The exchange rate starts on the rise on the day of Monday, November 15 and it stood at S / 4.0204 at 9:00 am, which shows an increase of 0.03% compared to the end of November 12, when it stood at S / 4.0190 according to the Bank’s report. Central Reserve of Peru (BCRP).

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The purchase of the dollar in the parallel market is at S / 4.01; As for the sale, it amounts to S / 4.04. Also, the price of green ticket at the interbank level, the purchase and sale is quoted at S / 4.0176 at S / 4.033.

However, at 9:11 am, the currency was trading at S / 4.0197.

The president of the BCRP, Julio Velarde, announced on November 11 that the Peruvian economy would grow by 13.2%. Likewise, Velarde emphasized that only Chile surpasses Peru in growth indicators, but in any case better than other countries in the region such as Argentina, Brazil, Colombia and Mexico.

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“Such a strong monetary and fiscal stimulus package was applied that we are enjoying it now. It is not just a rebound, it is a consequence of the political actions that were taken, ”he explained in a forum organized by the School of Public Management of the Universidad del Pacífico.

Likewise, it was agreed to raise the reference interest rate to 2%, maintaining an expansionary monetary policy stance.

Added to this is the recent irrevocable resignation of Walter Ayala as Defense Minister.

On the international scene, the dollar held around a 16-month high as US inflation raised the stakes on an interest rate hike from the Federal Reserve.

The greenback was not far from a 16-month high that it touched on Friday, November 12 after data showing a sharp rise in US consumer prices last month encouraged markets to price. of a first Fed rate hike for July next year.


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