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Exchange rate LIVE: how much the dollar is trading at today, Thursday, December 2, 2021

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The dollar price today, Thursday, December 2, opens the day at 4.0706 soles, a figure higher than the close of the previous day, when it started at 4.0654 nuevos soles, according to the Bloomberg portal. The day before yesterday, Tuesday, November 30, the price of the dollar closed higher compared to previous days and stood at S / 4.0670 in operations. In this case, the price of the US currency has been growing.

Live: price of the dollar today, Thursday, December 2, for buying and selling

The price of the dollar is located at S / 4,706

The price of the dollar today, Thursday, December 2, is quoted at S / 4,706, according to the Bloomberg portal. In the previous session, the greenback closed with a value of S / 4.0654.

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The price of the dollar is located at S / 4,706

The Ministry of Economy and Finance announced that the execution of public investment will reach 36,000 million soles at the end of 2021. In this way, according to this ministerial portfolio, a historical record would be achieved. “This year’s growth (will be) 13%, there is a rebound effect but 13%, we are recovering faster than projections,” said the head of the Economy portfolio, Pedro Francke.

On the other hand, the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP) reported that Diego Macera Poli, Marylin Choy Chong and Carlos Oliva Neyra were sworn in as directors of the institution before Elvia Barrios, president of the Judiciary, in a ceremony held at the Palace of Justice. It should be remembered that the three economists were appointed by the Plenary of the Congress of the Republic by majority vote on November 18.

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While according to Moody’s, the real growth of the Peruvian economy will be 12% for this year thanks to the high prices of raw materials. Along these lines, by 2022 the GDP is expected to reach 4%; but this indicator will be subject to uncertainty around the public policies assumed by the current government. This forecast by Moody’s is similar to the 4.6% projected by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and 4.8% by the Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF); While entities such as the World Bank (WB) and the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP), bet on 3.2 and 3.4%, respectively.

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