The price of dollar in Peru this Friday, September 23, closed higher and stood at S/ 3,913. Thus, the exchange rate closed the week with an advance of 0.74% in relation to the closing of the day before when it reached S/ 3.8840, according to the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP).
The green ticket in the parallel market was trading at S/ 3.89 for purchase and S/ 3.92 for sale. Meanwhile, the dollar of the banks of Peru was sold at S / 3,872 and bought at S / 3,938 at the windows of interbank.
During the day, US$ 201 million were traded at an average price of S/ 3.9099 in the market. According to Alexander Javier Bernaola, currency trader at Renta4 SAB, currencies in Latin America woke up depreciating and the dollar index (DXY) trading at 113.11 at market close.
In addition, there is an 80% chance that USA fall into a recession, far more so than previously predicted, according to Steve Hanke, an economics professor at Johns Hopkins University.
“Russian President Vladimir Putin’s ultimatum to the West dramatically increases the risk of a nuclear conflict, analysts and activists have warned, with world leaders denouncing what they describe as reckless and irresponsible threats,” says Bernaola.