The exchange rate of the dollar It started slightly upwards this Wednesday, May 31, and was located at S/3.6813, according to Bloomberg’s international currency listing portal.
The North American currency had started the race in the previous day at S/3.6745 and then progressed until the official closing of S/3.6750 announced by the Central Reserve Bank (BCRP).
This occurs after the Superintendence of Banking, Insurance and AFP (SBS) highlighted that rescheduled loans to the third month of 2023 fell to only 3% from a horizon of 5.9% in March 2022.
In addition, it was learned that the Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF) would grant only S/200 million as fiscal space for collective bargaining in 2024.
At the international level, Wall Street notified Credit Suisse that it does not meet the necessary requirements to be listed on the North American stock market, which requires companies to maintain the individual price of their shares at at least one dollar for thirty consecutive trading days.
For their part, the European stock markets have opened the session this Wednesday in the red pending the vote in the US Congress on the agreement that will allow the debt ceiling to be raised in this country, and on a day in which there are numerous macroeconomic references in the euro area.
In addition to said vote in the US, investors will be awaiting the final GDP data for the first quarter of the year in the euro area and preliminary inflation for May in France and Germany, as well as the unemployment rate in this last country.
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