The exchange rate starts rising on the day of Tuesday, November 16 and it stood at S / 3.9984 at 9:15 am, with which an increase of 0.09% is noted with respect to the end of November 15, when it stood at S / 3.995 according to the report from the Central Bank of Reserve of Peru (BCRP).
The purchase of the dollar in the parallel market is at S / 3.99; As for the sale, it amounts to S / 4.01. Also, the price of green ticket at the interbank level, the purchase and sale is quoted at S / 4.0176 at S / 4.033.
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.
Likewise, the board of the issuing entity 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; which was accepted by President Pedro Castillo this last Monday.
On the international scene, the dollar remained near its highest level in 16 months, having rebounded since inflation data from the United States last week showed that consumer prices rose at their highest rate since 1990, fueling the speculation that the Federal Reserve could raise interest rates earlier than expected.
Meanwhile, the dollar index remained flat on the day at 95,541.