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LIVE exchange rate: look at the price of the dollar TODAY, Monday, March 7

The dollar price In Peru today, Monday, March 7, the purchase is located at S/3,730 and the sale in the parallel market and the main banks of the country is S/3,770. In that sense, during the day of Friday, March 4, the exchange rate closed with a value of S / 3,759, according to the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP).

Meanwhile, the Superintendency of Banking, Insurance and AFPs (SBS) recently raised the maximum coverage of the Deposit Insurance Fund (FSD) to S/ 116,284, the official amount of which will apply for the March-May 2022 quarter. It should be noted that the FSD rose by S/ 647 with reference to the previous quarter, when it was at S/ 115,637.

On the other hand, just before International Women’s Day, the National Civil Service Authority (Servir) prepared the study “Women in the Peruvian civil service 2022″which reveals that during 2020, the year in which the COVID-19 pandemic began, women, in percentage terms, had a similar participation in the labor market than in 2019. Along these lines, five out of 10 public officials are women, while in the formal private sector only three out of 10 people.

Among other information, the Minister of Foreign Trade and Tourism, Roberto Sánchez, and Jorge Prado, head of the Production portfolio, met with cotton producers from Piura last Saturday, March 5, with the aim of adopting measures on the repositioning of the agricultural production of said plant.

Live: Dollar, latest news March 7, 2022

Oil prices skyrocket

The prices of a barrel of WTI and Brent oil rebounded at the start of operations on Monday, March 7, in the face of a possible Western embargo on the Russian energy sector.

The WTI, a reference for America, was quoted at US$ 130 in the early hours, before settling at US$ 120 at 7:31 am For its part, the barrel of Brent from the sea touched 140 dollars on Sunday night , close to his all-time high of $147.50 from July 2008.

With information from AFP and Bloomberg.

Source: Larepublica


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