The price of the dollar in Peru today, Thursday, February 10, starts at S/ 3.8089, according to the Bloomberg portal. Likewise, in the parallel market, the green ticket can be obtained with S/ 3,790 for the purchase and S/ 3,840 for the sale. The day before, on February 9, the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP) reported that the exchange rate It closed with a value of S/ 3,805, the lowest in almost nine months.
Thus, the greenback presented a drop of 0.82% compared to the close of Tuesday, February 8, when it had a value of S / 3.8365. As for the dollar price in the Banco de Nación, this is situated at S/ 3.7900 for the purchase and S/ 3.9100 for the sale. Along these lines, the National Superintendency of Customs and Tax Administration (Sunat) places the currency at S/ 3,837 for purchase and S/ 3,845 for sale.
Last Tuesday, February 8, the President of Peru, Pedro Castillo, swore in Carlos Palacios Pérez as the new Minister of Energy and Mines. He will replace Alessandra Herrera Jara, who remained in office for seven days. The new minem owner he was regional director of the Regional Director of Energy and Mines in the Junín region. The engineer by profession was appointed to this position of trust by Vladimir Cerrón in January 2019.
S&P Global Ratings has placed Repsol’s ‘ESG Assessment’ under review after the oil spill occurred on January 15 from the La Pamplilla refinery in Peru. The agency says it will “closely” monitor developments to assess the implications for its qualitative rating tool, designed to measure the ability of companies to successfully meet challenges related to environmental, social and good corporate governance risks.