The price of the dollar in Peru today, Thursday, August 25, 2022, the purchase is located at S/ 3,860 and the sale is S/ 3,880 in the parallel market, according to the portal, how much is the dollar.pe. The previous session, on Wednesday, August 24, the exchange rate closed higher with S/ 3,869. Thus, the american currency it advanced 0.16% compared to the previous day, when it marked S / 8630, reported the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP).
On the other hand, the Lima Stock Exchange (BVL) ended operations on Wednesday 24 in negative territory with 7 indicators down, 7 up and 2 unchanged. The index S&P/BVL Peru Generalthe most representative of the local market, fell 0.11% to 19,573.07 points, while the indicator S&P/BVL Peru Select advanced 0.23% and finished with 515.43 units.
The sales of micro and small companies (mypes) during 2021 were 27% lower than those registered in 2019, reported the Peruvian Foreign Trade Society (Comex Peru). Trade for S/ 107,945 million obtained in 2021 by mypes represented 12% of the gross domestic product (GDP), and at the same time was almost double that obtained in 2020, a year determined by the coronavirus pandemic.
Two years after its inception, there are still 451,013 companies that maintain debts with the Reactiva Peru guarantee program, indicated the Superintendency of Banking, Insurance and AFPs (SBS). Between the companies they add commitments for a total of S/ 32,188 million, which means 55% of the total allocated fund. In this scenario, the holder of the Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF), Kurt Burneoassured last week that his sector has not considered launching a new credit program.