He exchange rate closed this Wednesday 02 September to S / 3.54 at the interbank level, as reported by the Central Reserve Bank (BCR).
Banks quote the dollar at a price of S / 3.46 the purchase and S / 3.58 the sale.
While on the street, the money changers buy the green ticket to S / 3,525 and sell it to S / 3,558.
According to Bloomberg, on this day the US currency rose about 0.26% in the Peruvian market.
In this session, Latin American currencies performed unevenly due to better prospects for the recovery of the Global economy, despite the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Reuters.
The dollar showed a important advance in international markets in the face of positive manufacturing data registered in U.S.
With this, the currency recovers from previous days in which it had reached minimum levels of two years. In August the dollar registered its fourth consecutive month of losses due to the pandemic.