The price of the dollar in Peru Today, Wednesday, January 12, in the parallel market it was located at S / 3.88 and the sale at S / 3.94. Meanwhile, at the Central Reserve Bank of Peru the exchange rate was S / 3.8970 at 1:30 pm, which placed it at levels of seven months ago (June 10, 2021). While the Bloomberg portal placed the dollar at S / 3.8964, at 1:29 pm
In accordance with Reuters, fell on Wednesday after US inflation data rose to 7% in December, which could bolster expectations that the Federal Reserve will start raising interest rates starting in March.
With respect to the Peruvian economy, the World Bank maintained its economic growth projection for our country at 3.2% for this year. Despite cutting the forecast for the global economy. Meanwhile, for 2023, the institution estimates a growth of 3% for the Peruvian economy. “In Chile and Peru, strong cyclical rallies in 2021 are projected to soften in 2022. In Peru, deterioration in business confidence is expected in the context of great political uncertainty, coupled with the recent reestablishment of fiscal rule, propitiate a growth deceleration ”, detailed the multilateral entity.
Meanwhile, the owner of the Ministry of Production, Jorge Prado Palomino, detailed this Tuesday that during November 2021 the manufacturing sector grew 3.8% compared to the same month in 2020 and 1.3% compared to 2019. This result is explained by the rise in industrial exports and the dynamism of non-primary manufacturing, mainly due to intermediate goods industries linked to construction and mining.
Interbank exchange rate
The price of the dollar in Peru is placed in the following way for the purchase and sale, in the windows of the main banks in the country.