The dollar price The session on Monday, October 3, began to fall and stood at S / 3.9650, according to the Bloomberg agency. In this way, fell 0.48% compared to the close of Friday when it reached S / 3.9840its highest price so far this year, according to the report of the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP).
At 9:30 am in the parallel market, the green ticket was trading at S/ 3.94 for purchase and S/ 3.98 for sale, according to the portal How much is the dollar. For its part, the banking dollar was bought at S/ 3,891 and sold at S/ 4,071 at the windows of Banco de Credito del Peru.
Internationally, the euro fell 0.2% to $0.97785, not helped by data showing manufacturing activity across the euro zone declined further last month.
Reports by Reuters and others that oil producer group OPEC+ is discussing possible production cuts of more than 1 million barrels per day also weighed on the currency, given Europe’s precarious energy situation.
That news, however, gave a small boost to the Norwegian krone and the Canadian dollar, with the American dollar down around 0.5% in each of the commodity currencies.
For its part, the pound sterling rose after Britain reversed a plan to cut the top rate of income tax, while the yen weakened beyond 145 per dollar, close to the level at which Japanese authorities They intervened last month.
The pound hit $1,128 after media reports of the U-turn, its highest level since September 22, the day before British finance minister Kwasi Kwarteng sent markets tumbling with a new “growth plan” to reduce taxes and regulation, financed by a large government loan. .
With information from Reuters.