The price of the dollar in Peru today, Monday, February 28, 2022, starts at S / 3.7375, according to the Bloomberg portal. Likewise, the green ticket can be obtained at the parallel market with S/ 3,720 for the purchase and S/ 3,770 for the sale. On the previous day, on Friday, February 25, the US currency closed the shares with S / 3.7375, reported the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP).
The previous session, BCRP placed an Interest Rate Swap for a term of nine months for S/ 50 million at an average rate of 4.42%. The dollar closed the week lower as investors evaluated the recent global sanctions against Russia after the invasion of Ukraine, in addition to inflation data in the United States, analyzed by Bloomberg.
At the commercial level, this Sunday, February 27, the Government approved applying the capacity of restaurants and conglomerates to 100%, after the proposal of the Minister of Health, Hernán Condori. The latest regulations indicate that there will no longer be provinces in the country with moderate, high, very high and extreme alert levels. However, people who carry out face-to-face activities must certify the complete vaccination schedule and respect health protocols.
The Ministry of Labor and Employment Promotion (MTPE) formalized a decree that puts an end to the labor outsourcing in the core business of companies. About this, former holders of the PEMTsuch as Christian Sánchez, Carlos Blancas and Jorge Villasante, along with dozens of labor specialists, published a statement stating that the new regulations correct, to a large extent, the existing inequity in the market.
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