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Price of the dollar LIVE: buy and sell the exchange rate today, Sunday, October 31

Know LIVE the price of the dollar in Peru today, Sunday, October 31, 2021, for buying and selling in the parallel market. In the last day of the Central Reserve Bank of Peru, the economic entity reported that the currency closed at S / 3.9922. The upward trend of the US currency occurs after the announcement by President Pedro Castillo of the possible nationalization of Gas de Camisea and the constant contradictions within the Executive on this issue.

Another factor is the uncertainty surrounding the granting of the vote of confidence by the Congress of the Republic to the cabinet led by Mirtha Vásquez, on November 4. In this regard, last Saturday the first vice president, Dina Boluarte, asked the Legislature to think about the country when they cast their vote. “We have to work hand in hand with Congress. From here I tell the president of Parliament and the other ladies and gentlemen in Congress that we think about the country, that we put personal, private, political, partisan interests, Peru and its needs come first, ”he said.

Live: Price of the dollar minute by minute

Price of the dollar in the parallel market of S / 3,970 for the purchase and S / 4,000 for the sale

The dollar in Peru today, Sunday October 31, is quoted in the parallel market at S / 3,970 for the purchase and S / 4,000 for the sale. Likewise, entities such as Sunat handle values ​​of S / 3,986 for the purchase and S / 3,992 for the sale. For this price, it must be taken into account that on the last day of Saturday, October 30, the North American currency closed higher at S / 3,992, as reported by the Central Reserve Bank (BCR).

What is the exchange rate?

We use the exchange rate, which is the price of one country’s currency (currency) in terms of another, to change a currency. It is also known as the exchange rate in other countries.

Why is the exchange rate important?

Knowing the exchange rate or exchange rate helps us to know how many units of national currency must be paid to obtain a foreign currency. For example, in Peru, to obtain one dollar, approximately three and ninety soles must be delivered.


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