The price of the dollar closed down on Monday, September 12, 2022 and stood at S / 3.8580. In this way, it fell 0.69% compared to the close of Friday, when it was quoted at S/ 3.8850, according to the report of the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP).
For its part, at 2:00 pm, the US currency in the parallel market stood at S/ 3,840 for purchase and S/ 3,870 for sale. While in the banking market it was bought at S/ 3.7585 and sold at S/ 3.9585 at the Banco de Credito del Peru windows.
During the day, the demand came from non-residents, while the offer came from corporations. In this way, US$ 174 million were traded in the market at an average rate of S/ 3.8513, and there was no intervention by the BCRP, since the sol was gaining ground against a weaker dollar, Asvim Asencios said. Forex Trader of Renta4 SAB.
Meanwhile, LATAM currencies were trading mixed with the USD Index trading at 108.35 at market close.
“Internationally, the dollar falls to its lowest level in about two weeks, as investors are waiting for US inflation data and because the central banks of other countries are very aggressive,” Asencios said. .