The price of dollar in Peru, it closed earlier in the week in line with regional currencies and due to greater risk aversion due to the increase in cases of higher COVID-19.
This monday 21 from SeptemberAccording to the Central Reserve Bank, the dollar closed at S / 3,553 at the interbank level. This means, an increase of 0.79% from the end of Friday, according to data from Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCR).
So far this year, the greenback has accumulated a Up 7.21
On the other hand in the parallel market or in the main exchanges, The dollar was bought at S / 3,542 and it was sold for S / 3,567, according to the portal tantoestaeldolar.pe.
In the regional area most of the coins and bags of Latin America increased its part-time losses Monday amid a spike in the dollar and greater aversion to risk-weighted assets amid the surge in new cases of coronavirus in multiple countries that sowed uncertainty about the recovery in the economy, said Reuters.