In this note find out the dollar rate in Peru for today, Sunday May 28, 2023 as per information provided by the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP).
Last Thursday, May 25, the US currency closed with a price of S/3.687, which meant a depreciation of 0.008% compared to the previous day’s close.
According to the Central Reserve Bank of Peru, the average value of the interbank exchange rate was S/3.6945, with a minimum of S/3.685 and a maximum of S/3.710.
How much is a dollar in lima today?
Find out the dollar exchange rate for today, Sunday May 28, as reported by the Banco de la Nación. Dollar price S/. 3. 61 in purchase and s/. 3.76 for sale.
On the other hand, according to Google Finance the exchange rate as of this May 28 is S/. is installed on. 3.67. Similarly, the portal acuantoestareldolar.pe sets the price as S/. 3.66 and S/. 3.69 depending on buying and selling respectively.
Finally, Sunat set the dollar price to S/. 3,671 in the purchase and S/. 3,675 for sale.
How did the dollar close?
S/. 3,671 in the purchase and S/. 3,675 for sale.
What happened during this week at Dollar Day?
Allison Perez, currency trader at Renta4SAB, explained that the market was very volatile and demand came from offshore, while supply came from non-residents. Similarly, at an average price of S/3.6945, USD 334 million was negotiated in the market.
Meanwhile, the dollar opened higher globally due to positive data from the United States. “Expectations are growing that the United States will not be able to pass the debt ceiling, as to date they have not reached an agreement, given that the deadline is June 1, by which date the United States may run out of funds.” Maybe,” said Perez.
On the other hand, ratings agency Fitch has threatened to downgrade the northern country’s rating which currently stands at “AAA”, as there has been no progress on debt ceiling talks.