The price of the dollar began to fall this Thursday, September 22, and stood at S/ 3.9076, according to the Bloomberg agency. In this way, it fell -0.06% compared to the close of Wednesday when it reached S / 3.9100, according to the report of the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP).
At 9.25 am in the parallel market andhe green ticket was quoted at S/ 3.88 for purchase and S/ 3.92 for sale. For its part, the banking dollar was bought at S/ 3,809 and sold at S/ 4,090 at the windows of Banco de Credito del Peru.
This occurs after the United States Federal Reserve (Fed) yesterday announced a rise in the official interest rate of 0.75 points, the fifth increase since March and the third in a row of three quarters of a point, in a new attempt to control inflation.
This rise comes a week after the latest inflation data was released, which showed that, although the year-on-year rate of the CPI fell two tenths in August, to 8.3%, in monthly terms prices rose one tenth compared to July.