On Thursday, September 14, 2023, the dollar price closed higher, reaching S/3.7140, which represented an increase of 0.22% compared to Wednesday’s close, when it stood at S/3.7060, according to data from the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP). ).
At 1.50 pm the US currency in the parallel market The purchase price was S/3,700 and the sale price was S/3,720. While the reference exchange rate in the banking market The purchase amounted to S/3.6830 and the sale amounted to S/3.7440 at the Banco de Crédito del Perú (BCP).
Globally, however, most Latin American currencies advanced on Thursday as expectations that the Federal Reserve will halt rate hikes next week remained intact despite strong economic data, with Brazilian real gains following of a strong services activity report, according to Reuters.
The Latin American currency index added 0.4% against the dollar, producer prices and retail sales failed to dampen hopes that the US Federal Reserve will leave interest rates unchanged on September 20.
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