The exchange rate of the dollar The trading session began on Wednesday, March 29, with a downward trend and was around S/3.7540, reported the Central Reserve Bank (BCRP).
The day before, the dollar closed around S/3.7650 and then did not show any progress until the early hours of this Wednesday. With this, it pointed to a decline of 0.29%.
During the day, the supply came from corporations to a large extent, while the demand came from non-residents. In the market, 485 million dollars were traded at an average price of S/3.7544. The dollar had a minimum price of S/3.7470 and a maximum price of S/3.7620.
Allisson Pérez, Foreign Currency trader at Renta4 SAB, informed that today there were maturities of Exchange Swaps sale for S/ 170 million. Latin American currencies remain positive and the USD INDEX (DXY) trading at 102.69.
“Globally, today there was positive data in the US regarding pending home sales and crude oil inventories from the EIE, despite that data, the dollar remains weak due to a lack of confidence on the part of the people in the banking system,” he said.
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