The price of the dollar in Peru today, Sunday, February 6, starts at S/ 3.8452, according to the Bloomberg portal. In the parallel market, the exchange rate is S/ 3,835 for purchase and S/ 3,870 for sale. On the previous day, on Friday, February 4, the greenback closed with a low price of S/ 3.8520, after opening the session with a value of S/ 3.8684, reported the Central Reserve Bank of the Peru (BCRP).
Similarly, the Banco de la Nación quotes the North American currency at S/ 3.8000 for purchase and S/ 3.9200 for sale. Along these lines, the National Superintendence of Customs and Tax Administration (Sunat) has a purchase price of S/ 3,858 for the exchange rate and a sale price of S/ 3,863.
In the first Monthly Survey of Macroeconomic Expectations for 2022 carried out by the BCRP, the businessmen consulted had a better outlook on the economy regarding December 2021. In this way, all the indicators of expectations at 3 and 12 months showed a recovery compared to the previous month, with the exception of the situation of the company at 3 months, which fell from 51 to 50 points.
The Agency for Environmental Assessment and Enforcement (OEFA) authorized Repsol for the term of 10 days activities loading and unloading of hydrocarbons in the Multibuoy Terminals No. 1 and 3 of the La Pampilla Refinery. This measure seeks to guarantee the supply of crude oil, Turbo and IFO/Diesel Marino Bunker, in response to the information provided by the Vice Ministry of Hydrocarbons of the Ministry of Energy and Mines.
Interbank exchange rate
The price of the dollar in Peru is as follows for buying and selling, at the windows of the main banks in the country.
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