The price of the dollar in Peru today, Friday, February 11, starts down at S/ 3.7400, according to the Bloomberg portal. Likewise, in the parallel market, the green ticket can be obtained with S/ 3,740 for the purchase and S/ 3,790 for the sale. The day before, on Thursday, February 10, the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP) reported that the exchange rate It closed with a value of S/ 3,740, one of the lowest in nearly nine months.
As for the dollar price in the Banco de Nación, this establishes its price at S/ 3.7000 for the purchase and S/ 3.8600 for the sale. Likewise, the National Superintendency of Customs and Tax Administration (Sunat) places the North American currency at S/ 3,821 for purchase and S/ 3,834 for sale.
On the other hand, through a change in article 63 of the Magisterial Reform Law, the Congress of the Republic approved modifying the amount of the CTS for teachers in the public sector. With 112 votes in favor, the Legislature determined that the compensation of professors will be 100% of their full monthly remuneration, per year or fraction of the months of official services actually worked, from their appointment to the date of retirement.
Given the oil spill that affects different beaches on the Peruvian coast, the Repsol company reported that the cleanup work in the sea and affected areas show progress of more than 56%. In this sense, the spokesman for the Spanish company, Marcos Fraga, announced that this action had been completed at the end of February, as part of the first stage of its response plan. In addition, he mentioned that in March there will be a second phase aimed at cleaning the rocky areas and restoring the ecosystem.