The price of dollar in Peru todayTuesday, July 5, 2022, is listed on the parallel market at S/ 3,800 for purchase and S/ 3,850 for sale, according to the portal cualestaeldolar.pe.
Likewise, the North American currency closed its last session, on Monday, July 4, lower and stood at S/ 3.829, after opening with S/ 3.8335, according to the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP).
On the other hand, the Lima stock market closed yesterday’s session with losses in most of its indices, scoring 9 indicators down and 5 up. In this way, the S&P/BVL Peru General index fell 0.04% to 18,452.25 points and the S&P/BVL Peru Selective index lost 0.24% and stood at 485.85 units.
As a measure to mitigate the rise in prices of products in the basic basket, the Minister of Economy and Finance (MEF), Oscar Graham, announced that the food bonus that the Government will grant will be S / 300. He also added that the beneficiaries will be citizens with low resources. ”This is not going to be a massive or universal bonus like the Yanapay was. This is focused above all on those people who have a lower income and are in a situation of poverty and extreme poverty”, he pointed out.
This Tuesday, July 5, members of the Private Pension System (SPP) whose last digit of the DNI is 2 may request up to S / 18,400, according to the official schedule approved by the AFP Association. Users can access the website consultaretiroafp.pe and request the disbursement of their funds.