the price of the dollar The exchange session on Tuesday, August 9, began to fall and stood at S / 3.9186, according to the Bloomberg agency. Thus, the US currency fell -0.16% compared to the S / 3.9250 it recorded the day before, according to the report of the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP).
At 9:20 am, the greenback in the parallel market was trading at S/ 3,890 for purchase and S/ 3,930 for sale. For its part, in the banking market it was purchased at S/ 3,841 for the purchase and S/ 4,021 for the sale.
On the local scene, the new Economy Minister, Kurt Burneo, pointed out that as a measure to revitalize the economy, it is necessary for the BCRP to harmonize its monetary policy with the fiscal policy of the Ministry of Economy and Finance.
At the local level, the dollar fell yesterday, losing some of the gains made after Friday’s US employment data, as currency markets retracted their initial reaction and waited for Wednesday’s inflation data to give more clues about the next steps of the Federal Reserve, according to Reuters-