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Exchange rate in Peru: how much it is trading today Saturday, October 23, 2021

The dollar is trading today, Saturday, October 23, in the parallel market at S / 3,950 for the purchase and S / 3,980 for the sale. In addition, according to the Bloomberg portal, the exchange rate is S / 3,966. Likewise, S / 3,9605 reports the Central Reserve Bank (BCR). Along these lines, today’s dollar exchange rate in Lima’s informal market operates at S / 3,970 soles for purchase and S / 3,890 soles for sale.

The dollar in Ocoña is quoted as the currency with the lowest price in downtown Lima. To be able to access the change you only have to approach Jirón Ocoña. This Saturday, unlike the exchange rate of yesterday, Friday, October 22, it remains in the midst of the health crisis due to the coronavirus and the economic reactivation in the country.

Last Friday, the Permanent Commission of the Congress of the Republic, ratified the designation of Julio Velarde Flores as president of the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP) with 18 votes in favor, 3 against and 6 abstentions. With this, the continuity of Velarde in the monetary entity for a period of five years is specified. The banker must swear before the Judicial Power.

On October 8 the government appointed Julio Velarde as president of the BCRP, which had to be ratified by the Permanent Commission. Roxana Barrantes, Germán Alarco and José Távara are the other economists that the government elected as directors of the financial institution


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