check the updated dollar price in Peru today, Friday, March 4, for the purchase and sale in the parallel market and the main banks of the country. The green ticket opened with a price of S / 3.7310, according to the Bloomberg portal. The previous day, on Thursday, March 3, the exchange rate closed down with a value of S / 3.7310, reported the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP).
The american currency fell -0.59% in relation to the closing of the day before, when it reached S / 3.7530. In the local market, 165 million dollars were traded at an average price of S/ 3,725. Low liquidity sessions were evidenced and there was no intervention by the BCRP. All this in a climate of uncertainty due to the new vacancy motion against Pedro Castillo, which would be presented on Friday, March 4.
the minister of Foreign Trade and Tourism (Mincetur), Roberto Sánchez, said on Thursday, March 3, that his ministry is preparing a draft law to regulate games and sports betting on the Internet. “By applying 12% of direct taxes to this activity, the annual collection will allow to collect more than S / 160 million per year,” explained Sánchez.
The oil prices closed this Wednesday at the highest since 2011 for WTI and since 2014 for Brent, driven by the war in ukraine, sanctions against Russia and fears about the supply of hydrocarbons. A barrel of West Texas Intermediate (WTI) for April delivery rose 6.95% to $110.60, while North Sea Brent oil for May delivery jumped 7.58% to $112.93. Dollars.
Live: Live dollar today, Friday February 4
Dollar opens today at S/ 3.7310
Today, Friday, March 4, the dollar opened with a price of S / 3.7310, according to the Bloomberg portal. The Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP) had closed the currency a day earlier at the same figure.
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