Find out the price of the dollar in Peru today, saturday january 22, for buying and selling in the parallel market and in the main banks. The North American currency opens with a price of S / 3.8338, according to the Bloomberg portal. The exchange rate closed last day at S/3,835, even lower than the culmination of its predecessor, January 20 (S/3,837). This information is provided by the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP).
Meanwhile, the Lima Stock Exchange (BVL) closed lower this Thursday, January 20, with 13 sectors in red and only 3 in green, driven by electricity and services shares. In this line, at the close of operations, the S&P/BVL Peru General index, which is the most representative of the Lima stock market, had a decline of -0.62%% and stood at 23,329.78 points.
Pisco shipments abroad exceeded US$6,493,000 between January and November 2021, according to the Association of Exporters (ADEX). Said represents an increase of 93% in relation to the same period of the year 2020, when US$ 3,367,000 was achieved, according to the information provided by the entity.
On the other hand, the managing director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Kristalina Georgieva, maintained that they will revise upwards the losses that the COVID-19 pandemic will cause to the world economy until 2024 due to the impact of the omicron variant, the most contagious, so far. “The world economy will lose between now and 2024 US$12.5 billion, and we are going to revise that figure upwards due to the impact of omicron,” the official revealed.
Dollar stands at S/ 3.8338
The North American currency is located this Saturday with a price of S / 3.8338, according to the Bloomberg portal.