The price of the dollar began the day with a slight increase this Wednesday, March 23, and stood at S / 3.7809, according to information from Bloomberg.
This value represents a variation of +0.05% compared to the close of Tuesday when it was quoted at S/3.7790, according to the report of the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP).
Globally, the euro weakened against the dollar on Wednesday amid another sharp rise in oil and natural gas prices and as investors waited for US President Joe Biden to unveil new sanctions against Russia during his trip to Europe.
In the national context, it is expected that the debate on the vacancy of President Castillo will begin next Monday, while a possible early election is put on the agenda. Meanwhile, the conflicts in Petroperú continue, after the appointment of the new general manager, Fernando de la Torre.
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