The dollar price opened the operations for this Tuesday, September 27, 2022 and stood at S / 3.9384, according to the agency Bloomberg. In this way, it fell -0.07% compared to Monday’s close when it reached S/ 3.9410, its highest level since July, according to the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP).
At 9:15 a.m. on greenback in the parallel market it was quoted at S/ 3.91 for the purchase and S/ 3.94 for the sale. For his part, the banking dollar was bought for S/ 3,861 and sold for S/ 4,041 at the windows of the Credit Bank of Peru (BCP).
The dollar was strengthened was strengthened globally after the commitment of the fed to raise interest rates for the rest of the year; as well as the sharp drop in economic expectations in the main economies of Europe.
At the local level, recently the Ministry of Energy and Mines (Minem) authorized the commercial operation of the mining unit Quellaveco of Anglo-American which will add an additional 10% to national copper production.