The price of the dollar began to rise this Friday, September 23, and stood at S/ 3.9077, according to the Bloomberg agency. In this way, it advanced 0.61% compared to the close of Thursday when it reached S / 3.884, according to the report of the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP).
At 9.17 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/ 3,877 and sold at S/ 3,933 at Interbank windows.
At the international level, wall street opened lower on Friday, after another disastrous trading week that brought indices close to their lowest levels of the year, in a market depressed by the stronger-than-expected tone from the US central bank (Fed).
In early trading, the Dow lost 0.97%, the Nasdaq fell 1.09% and the broad S&P 500 fell 1.13%.
Locally, the government announced the end of the mandatory use of the mask and the requirement of the vaccination card. According to the new provisions, the mouth cover must be used only in hospitals and public transport, as well as for citizens who have respiratory symptoms.