Today, Monday, November 15, the dollar is trading in the parallel market at S/4,010 to buy and S/4,040 to sell. In addition, according to the Bloomberg portal, the exchange rate is S / 4.0187.
For its part, the currency is listed on the interbank market as follows:
green ticket The week closed at 4.0190 sole. That number is lower than the opening figure, which was 4.0240 new soles, according to Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP). Similarly, the Monetary Authority sold $149 million at an average exchange rate of S/4.0259 over the course of the day.
On the last day of last week, the Federal Reserve reported that the US currency closed at 4.0190 soles, the same level recorded at Thursday’s close, according to data from the monetary authority. On Friday’s exchange session, BCRP also sold $149 million directly on the market, with an average value of S/4.0259 per dollar. In this way, the Monetary Authority has accumulated sales of $1,563 million in November and $10,918 million so far in 2021.
What is the exchange rate?
To change a currency, we use the exchange rate which is the price of one country’s currency (currency) of another. It is also known as the exchange rate in other countries.
Why is the exchange rate important?
Exchange rate or exchange rate is important because it helps us to know how many units of the national currency have to be paid to get a foreign currency. For example, in Peru, for a dollar, you have to give 3 slippers and a little more.
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