The dollar price closed the session on Monday, September 26, on the rise, and stood at S/ 3.9410, according to information from the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP). Thus, there is an increase of 0.72% compared to the close of Friday, when it was quoted at S/ 3.9130.
At 1:55 p.m. the green ticket in the parallel market was trading at S/ 3.92 for purchase and S/ 3.96 for sale. For its part, in the banking market it was bought at S/ 3,861 and sold at S/ 4,041 at the Banco de Credito del Peru windows.
In this way, so far this year, the currency accumulates a decline of 1.25%.
According to Gianina Villavicencio, Manager of Foreign Exchange Brokerage at Renta 4 SAB Peru, today began with the opening of the market at S/ 3.9250, the demand came from the offshore market. The BCRP intervened by placing S/ 824 million in 9-month Foreign Exchange Swaps with an average rate of 3.85%.
US$ 214 million were traded in the market at an average price of S/ 3.9396.
The coins in Latin America they depreciated and the dollar index (DXY) traded at 114.11 at the close of the market.
“The dollar gained positions globally as the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) maintains its focus on combating inflation. While the Federal Reserve (Fed) promised to carry out its rate increase cycle for the rest of the year,” Villavicencio commented.