Check the price of the dollar in Peru today, Saturday February 5, for the buy and sell in the parallel market and in the main banks. The North American currency is located with a price of S / 3.8452, according to the portal Bloomberg. On its last day on February 4, the dollar closed at 3.852 soles, according to the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP), an appreciation of 0.02%. Thus, the greenback accumulates a fall of -3.20% so far this year.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) indicated that the Peruvian economy will grow 2.8% in 2022, a figure lower than those recently projected by the Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF), which expects growth of 3.5% and 4%. .
At the macroeconomic level, mining investment, accumulated at the end of 2021, amounted to US$5,238 million, an increase of 21.1% compared to the same period of the previous year (US$4,325 million), reported the Ministry of Energy and Mines ( Minem). According to the Mining Statistics Bulletin (BEM), in December 2021, mining investments totaled US$788 million, which meant a significant increase of 65.8% compared to what was registered the previous month (US$475 million), and an increase of 18.7% compared to the same month of 2020 (US$ 664 million).
On the other hand, the owner of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers (PCM), Héctor Valer, announced that he will seek to repeal the resolution of the Ministry of the Environment that orders the stoppage of Repsol’s operations in the La Pampilla refinery after the oil spill in Ventanilla.
Live: price of the dollar, exchange rate today, Saturday February 5, for purchase and sale
Price of the dollar starts at S/ 3.8452
The dollar price today, Saturday, February 5, starts with a price of S / 3.8452, according to the Bloomberg portal. This value is lower than the S/ 3,852 reported at the close of the previous day by the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP).
What is the exchange rate?
We use the exchange rate, which is the price of one country’s currency (currency) in terms of another, to exchange a currency. It is also known as the exchange rate in other countries.
Why is the exchange rate important?
Knowing the exchange rate or exchange rate helps us know how many units of national currency must be paid to obtain a foreign currency. For example, in Peru, to obtain a dollar, three soles and ninety, approximately, must be delivered.
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