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Exchange rate LIVE: see the exchange rate TODAY, Sunday, December 5

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Check the price of the dollar in Peru today, Sunday, December 5 for the purchase and sale in the parallel market and in the main banks. The North American currency opened with a price of S / 4.0767, according to the Bloomberg portal. On Saturday, December 4, the greenback closed with a value of S / 4,060, according to the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP)

The purchase in the parallel market is located at S / 4,060 and the sale at S / 4,090. As for the price of the dollar in the main windows of the country, it stands at the purchase of S / 4,082 and the sale of S / 4,109, according to the Bloomberg portal.

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This rise in foreign currency occurs after MMG Limited, a majority member of the consortium that owns Las Bambas, reported that copper production in the deposit could stop in mid-December due to the lack of inputs for the exploitation of the mineral, then that the neighboring communities of Chumbivilcas resume the road blockade. Already in September he had issued a similar warning.

On the other hand, after having been approved in the Congress of the republic The 2022 public budget after a work with the Executive, the Minister of Economy and Finance, Pedro Francke, hopes that Parliament will grant him this year the powers to legislate on tax matters and thus the collection will increase up to S / 12,000 million a year. If they are not approved before the end of the year, measures could not be applied from 2022.

Live: dollar price today, sunday, december 5

The dollar in Peru, according to Bloomberg

The price of the dollar stands at 4.0767 soles according to the Bloomberg portal.

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What is the exchange rate?

We use the exchange rate, which is the price of one country’s currency (currency) in terms of another, to change a currency. It is also known as the exchange rate in other countries.

Why is the exchange rate important?

Knowing the exchange rate or exchange rate helps us to know how many units of national currency must be paid to obtain a foreign currency. For example, in Peru, to obtain one dollar, approximately three and ninety soles must be delivered.


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