Today, during the morning of this Thursday, August 4, the price of dollar in Peru it is S/ 3,892 at the interbank level.
The quotation of the green ticket held this morning corresponds to the close of yesterday’s exchange session, Thursday, August 5, when the exchange rate fell for the second day in a row.
At the close of the previous day, it was estimated that the price of dollar fell more than 0.50% in the Peruvian market.
With this result, the Central Reserve Bank (BCR) points out that so far in 2022 the exchange rate is still 2.48% lower than what was recorded at the end of the previous year.
Yesterday the Reuters agency reported that most Latin American currencies, including the sol, closed with gains against the dollar.
Globally, against other major currencies, the index dollar had a drop of around 0.7%.
This global decline in the greenback occurred in the face of lower bets on higher hikes in aggressive interest rates from the United States Federal Reserve (Fed).
“The dollar fell against most majors, as the positive impact of the Fed’s comments faded and investors waited for more signs on the data front to confirm more rate hikes are on the way to curb inflation,” Reuters noted.
On top of this, traders were still keeping an eye on the tension created between China and Taiwan after the visit made to the island by the president of the United States House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi.
For this day the investors are waiting to know the figures of the job US non-farm to be released on Friday.
Dollar price for buying and selling
The platform, how much is the dollar.pe, reports that money changers they buy the dollar at S/ 3.87 and sell it at S/ 3.91 on average.
While in the digital exchange houses the green ticket is bought at approximately S/ 3.88 and is sold at about S/ 3.91.
It is worth mentioning that this morning the dollar price It still does not present variations, since the price will begin to change as soon as today’s session begins at approximately 9:00 am.