The dollar is trading today, Sunday, January 16, in the parallel market at S/ 3,860 for purchase and S/ 3,895 for sale. In addition, according to the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP), the greenback closed on Friday the 14th with an exchange rate of S/ 3,872.
In economic terms, the National Institute of Statistics and Informatics (INEI) detailed this Saturday that during November 2021 national production increased by 3.47%. This result is explained by the positive result of most sectors, with the exception of mining and hydrocarbons (-5.29%), construction (-5.78%) and financial and insurance (-4.03%).
Live: Price of the dollar today, Sunday, January 16
The dollar is trading today at S/3.8703
The exchange rate is quoted at S/3.7803, according to the Bloomberg portal. Likewise, in the parallel market the purchase is located at S/3,860 and the sale at S/3,895.
Likewise, it is important to highlight that one of four formal jobs that were registered in 2019 were not recovered in 2021. According to the National Institute of Statistics and Informatics (INEI), at the end of the outgoing year, a gap of at least 816,500 suitable jobs was registered in Metropolitan Lima, 17.6% more than in 2020, but 25.7% less than in the pre-pandemic year.
On the other hand, the average salaries of Metropolitan Lima in 2021 they contracted 8.6% compared to 2019, and 1.3% compared to 2020, reported the National Institute of Statistics and Informatics (INEI). In this way, the average salary between January and December of the outgoing year was S/ 1,586.8, compared to S/ 1,735.9 in 2019 (-149.1 soles) and S/ 1,607.4 in 2020 (- 20.6 soles), according to the Technical Report on the Labor Market Situation of Metropolitan Lima.