The price of the dollar closed the session, this Friday, September 30, on the rise, and stood at S/ 3.9840, according to information from the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP). A) Yes, an increase of 0.23% is seen with respect to the closing of the Thursdaywhen it was quoted at S/ 3.9750.
At 1:50 pm, the greenback on the parallel market was trading at S/ 3.95 for purchase and S/ 3.99 for sale. For its part, in the banking market it was bought at S/ 3,904 and sold at S/ 4,084 at the Banco de Credito del Peru windows.
In this way, so far this year, the currency accumulates a decline of only -0.18%.
According to Gianina Villavicencio, Manager of Foreign Exchange Brokerage at Renta 4 SAB Peru, today began with the opening of the market at S/ 3.9800, the demand came from the offshore market. The BCRP intervened with a direct sale of US$ 89 million at an average price of S/ 3.9889 and placing Foreign Exchange Swaps for S/ 929 million.
In Latin America, currencies closed mixed, with only Mexico, Brazil and Costa Rica performing better against the dollar. US$ 272 million were traded on the market at an average price of S/ 3.9848
“Globally, the dollar continues to gain positions after today’s inflation data indicates an upward trend again, maintaining the pressure to raise interest rates,” Villavicencio commented.