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Exchange rate: dollar starts rising at S/3.8060 this Tuesday, October 3

Exchange rate: dollar starts rising at S/3.8060 this Tuesday, October 3

The exchange rate of dollar It started rising this Tuesday, October 3, and stood at S/3.8060, according to preliminary data from the Bloomberg international currency exchange portal.

The day before, the North American currency had started its career at S/3.7900 and then progressed to S/3.7970 at the closing date specified on the official board of the Central Reserve Bank (BCRP).

At the local level, the Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF) specified that, from January to September of this year, S/29.5 billion were executed, an advance of 45.1% of the public budget allocated to projects.

In the international market, the indebted Chinese real estate giant Evergrande rose 28.13% this Tuesday in its return to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, after suspending trading last Thursday when it was revealed that its president is the subject of an investigation for alleged “illegalities.” ”.

Likewise, the price of copper experienced a decline of 1.7% this Tuesday on the London Metal Exchange (BML), closing at US$3,610 per pound.

Additionally, Loretta Mester, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, warns that the US Federal Reserve may not have concluded its cycle of interest rate hikes due to persistent inflationary pressures.

Finally, the price of Texas intermediate oil (WTI) opened this Tuesday below US$90 per barrel and fell 0.01%, to US$88.81 per barrel.

Source: Larepublica

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