The greenback decreased 0.25% compared to the S/3.7390 registered at Thursday’s close, according to the BCRP.
He dollar began the day downwards this Friday, December 1 and was placed in S/3.7296, according to Bloomberg. ANDThis represents a decline of 0.25% compared to Thursday’s close when it was quoted at S/3.7390, according to the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP).
At 9.30 am the dollar in the parallel market The purchase price was S/3.7200 and the sale price was S/3.7450. While the reference exchange rate in the banking market The purchase amounted to S/3.7050 and the sale amounted to S/3.7660 at the Banco de Crédito del Perú (BCP).
Internationally, copper prices rose to their three-month highs, and are headed for the third week of consecutive increases, due to tighter supply, a decrease in stock exchange inventories and a weaker dollar, and data better than expected by China, the main consumer.
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