He dollar price The exchange session on Monday, May 15, 2023, opened downward and was located at S/3.6582, according to Bloomberg. This meant a decline of -0.05% compared to the S/3.6600 registered at the close of Friday, according to the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP).
At 9.30 am, the green ticket in the parallel market was trading at S/3.640 for sale and S/3.67 for purchase. While the referential exchange rate in the banking market reached S/3.6210 the purchase and S/3,6960 sale at Banco de Crédito del Perú (BCP).
So far this year, the sol has accumulated a gain of 3.86%. Up to date, the trend towards strengthening our currency has been notorious. This after reaching levels close to S/4 per dollar in the third quarter of last year, but between October and December it was close to S/3.80.
This trajectory has been accentuated during 2023, since it closed January at S/3.8470; February at S/3.7950; March at S/3.7640 and April at S/3.710. During May it has only yielded in two days, the 4th and the 8th.
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