The price of dollar The day began with a slight decline this Wednesday, September 27 and reached S/3.7841, according to the Bloomberg agency. In this way, it fell 0.05% compared to S/3.7860 at the close of Tuesday, according to the report from the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP). So far this year the currency has accumulated a decline of -0.55%.
At 9.50 am The greenback in the parallel market was quoted at S/3.77 for purchase and S/3.80 for sale.. For its part, in the banking market it reached S/3.6870 for purchases and S/3.8890 for sales at the windows of the Banco de Crédito del Perú (BCP).
He dollar hit a 10-month high, pushing the euro to a nearly nine-month low and keeping the yen in intervention territory, as investors bet the U.S. economy will do better with higher interest rates than its competitors. .
Still-solid US economic data has defied investor expectations of a slowdown and the Federal Reserve (FED) warned last week that it could raise interest rates again and will likely keep them high for longer.
The index of dollar The US dollar, which measures the dollar against a basket of other major currencies, hit 106.61, the highest level since Nov. 30. The euro fell to US$1.05125, the lowest level since January 6. The British pound hit US$1.21310, the lowest level since March 17.
With information from Reuters.
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