The exchange rate of the dollar it started downward and was located around S/3.7641 this Tuesday, March 28, according to the Bloomberg international currency portal.
The day before, the currency began its run at S/3.7665 and then progressed to S/3.7710 at the close set by the official board of the Central Reserve Bank (BCRP).
This occurs while the Peruvian Government confirms the entry of Petroperú to blocks I, VI and Z-2B, which, together with Block 192, will mean an injection of more than 20,000 barrels per day (bpd) for its operations in the New Refinery of Talara in this 2023.
In addition, the Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF) projects that in the first three months of the year the Peruvian economy would have only grown 0.5% due to the recent problems faced by economic activities.
At the international level, the World Bank (WB) warned that if the banking crisis spreads, it could lead to a “much sharper” slowdown in global growth, which would further lower the “speed limit” of the world economy.
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