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Exchange rate: dollar closes the week down and stands at S / 4.0090 this Friday 19

The dollar it closed the third week of November lower and stood at S / 4.0090, after the session started at S / 4.0250, reported the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP).

During the morning, the issuing entity sold exchange swaps for S / 80 million for one year, at an average rate of 0.57%. It also managed to place one-week term deposits for S / 1,499.8 million at an average interest rate of 2%, as well as Overnight deposits for S / 9,800.1 million at an average interest rate of 1.99%.

Compared to Thursday’s close, the currency reported a 0.32% drop. Thus, the issuing entity accumulates cash sales of US $ 1,713 million in November and US $ 11,068 million in the year.

Likewise, the dollar accumulates a gain in Peru of 10.78% against the sun so far in 2021, after closing at S / 3,619 last year.

This occurs after the presence of the economists was confirmed Carlos Oliva, Ines Choy and Diego Macera as members of the board of directors of the BCRP, approved with 76 votes in favor, 37 against and no abstention in the Congress of the Republic. Also the Budget Commission unanimously approved the prediction of the Public Budget Law for fiscal year 2022.

Meanwhile, the greenback is offered for S / 4,014 the purchase and S / 4,019 the sale in the main banks of the country. The exchange houses and money exchangers offer it for S / 4,010 the purchase and S / 4,030 the sale.

At the international level, in the last seven days the US dollar registered a decrease of 0.3%. Despite this, for a year it has still maintained an increase of 24.68%. Regarding the variations of this day with respect to previous days, it ended nine consecutive days with a positive trend.

As reported by Reuters, the currency presented a balance visibly higher than the volatility reflected in last year’s figures, “so it is going through a phase of instability.”


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