The exchange rate Today, Tuesday, January 25, it starts at S/3.8439, according to the Bloomberg portal. Meanwhile, in the parallel market, the currency is bought at S/3,825 and sold at S/3,865. Likewise, according to the report of the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP) it was announced that on January 24, the exchange rate closed at S/3,865.
In addition, the exchange rate provided by the National Customs and Tax Administration Superintendency (Sunat) is S/ 3,848 for purchase and S/ 3,856 for sale. In the same way, the price of the US currency, according to the information provided by the Banco de la Nación, is acquired at S/ 3,800 and its sale ranges at S/ 3,930.
In the economic field, the head of the Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF), Pedro Francke, revealed his new estimates and pointed out that private investment would grow up to 2% this year. “We have a very high level of private investment in Peru, as was not seen many years ago, and for this effect we are estimating a growth of between 0% and 2% of private investment in Peru”, he indicated in Press conference.
For its part, Peru will have between 2022 and 2023 the third lowest foreign debt in the region, According to the latest LatinFocus report. According to the study, Peru’s debt in 2022 will be 43.2% of GDP, only behind Brazil and Mexico that would lead the performance of the region with 13.6% and 37.2% of GDP, respectively.
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