The price of the dollar began to fall this Friday, September 9, and stood at S/ 3.8763, according to the Bloomberg agency. In this way, it fell -0.17% in relation to the close of Thursday when it stood at S / 3.8830, according to the Central Reserve Bank of Peru.
For his part, at 9.20 a.m. the green ticket in the parallel market was trading at S/ 3,850 for purchase and S/ 3,890 for sale. Meanwhile, in the banking market it was bought at S/ 3.76 and sold at S/ 3,977 at the Banco de Credito del Peru windows.
In the local scenario, the Ministry of Economy and Finance presented yesterday the Plan to Promote Economic Growth, with which it seeks to avoid a slowdown in economic activity, increase supply and sustain aggregate demand.
The set of proposals will have a fiscal cost of S/ 3,000 million and will generate 207,000 jobs. Among the measures are new subsidies for vulnerable households, financing for mypes and proposals to generate confidence in the private sector.