meet the price of the dollar in Peru today, Tuesday, February 22, 2022, for purchase and sale in the parallel market and the main banks in the country. The green ticket opened with a price of S / 3.7601, reported the portal Bloomberg. The previous session, on Monday, February 21, the North American currency closed upward operations with a price of S / 3.7610, reported the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP).
During the last day, 124 million dollars were traded at an average price of 3.7515, the BCR did not intervene with financial instruments or direct sales. Monday February 20 there was not much liquidity in the marketsince it is a holiday in the United States for President’s Day, explained Allisson Pérez, Foreign Exchange Trader of Renta4 SAB.
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Euro wins amid geopolitical conflict
The euro rose in early trading on Tuesday, February 22 against the dollar, after falling to its lowest level in more than a week as traders hoped a war in Ukraine would be averted after a Kremlin spokesman said that Moscow remained open to diplomacy.
At 8:04 a.m., the euro was up 0.35% at $1.1351 after reports that the Kremlin hoped Russia’s recognition of two breakaway Ukrainian regions as independent would help restore calm and that Russia would recognize the current boundaries of breakaway regions.
According to the BCRP, Peru registered the largest annual increase in non-traditional exports in 2021. Our country grew by 28.2%, followed by Colombia with a growth of 26.1% and Brazil with 25.5%. In the last five years, the Peru leads the growth of non-traditional exports in the countries of the region, with an average annual rate of 8.7%.
About 100,000 outsourced workers in the public sector would go to the State payroll, if the proposed supreme decree of the Ministry of Work and Employment Promotion (MTPE). The purpose of this project is to reduce the labor outsourcing of the main nucleus, according to calculations made by labor activist Ricardo Herrera.
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