He dollar exchange rate The exchange session this Friday, September 15, 2023, began rising and reached S/3.7218, according to Bloomberg. This meant an advance of 0.21% compared to Thursday’s close when it stood at S/3.7140, according to the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP).
At 9.20 am 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 stood at S/3.6970 and the sale at S/3.7480 at the Banco de Crédito del Perú (BCP).
On the global stage, the US dollar was just below a six-month high on Friday, having strengthened overnight following US economic data, while the yen fell to 10-month lows, according to Reuters.
Markets were adjusting to a new outlook for central bank rate hikes after the European Central Bank raised rates on Thursday to a record high of 4% but signaled the hike would likely be the last. Euro zone and euro bond yields fell as investors bet the central bank would begin cutting rates next year.
At 1048 GMT, the US dollar index was down 0.1% on the day at 105.27, having eased from Thursday’s six-month high of 105.43. Still, it was on track to record its ninth consecutive weekly profit.
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