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Exchange rate in Peru: how much is it trading today, Tuesday, March 22, 2022

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The price of the dollar in Peru today, Tuesday, March 22, is located at S / 3.7890, according to the Bloomberg portal. The green ticket can be found with S/ 3,760 for the purchase and S/ 3,790 for the sale in the parallel market. The previous day, on Monday, March 20, the US currency closed the week higher with an exchange rate of S / 3.7890, reported the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP).

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In another line, Jesús Fernando de la Torre, who is the current corporate manager of Petroperuwill replace Hugo Chávez Arévalo in the general management of the oil company.

Chávez presented his irrevocable resignation last Sunday, March 20, after the crisis in which the company was involved after the denunciation of an alleged irregular tender for US$ 74 million for the purchase of B100 biodiesel by Petroperú, among others. observations.

On the other hand, according to Osinergmin The reference prices of oil derivatives for this week will have a slight drop in fuels such as gasohols and diesel. This is due to the period of global oil de-escalation last week, after the start of peace negotiations between Russia and Ukraine. Thus, the reference price in Peru for Gasohol 97 fell from S/ 12.55 to S/ 12.48; while Gasohol 95 went from S/ 12.37 to S/ 12.26; Gasohol 90, from S/ 12.09 to S/ 11.97; and Gasohol 84, from S/ 11.55 to S/ 11.35.

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Also, according to information from the Superintendence of Banking Insurance and AFPs (SBS) With data from January 2021 to January 2022, savings deposits in financial system entities fell by 0.9% in the last year

“Last year the decrease was almost 1% of savings. The expectation is that if there are no new AFP and CTS withdrawals, this trend would recover, and in 2022 there will be an increase in fundamental savings to establish the sources that allow families to face potential shocks in the future”, informed Manuel Luy, Deputy Superintendent of Economic Studies of the SBS.

Source: Larepublica

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