The price of the dollar in Peru closed today, Monday, September 5, 2022, at an increase of 3346 EGP. So the type Advanced change 0.13% compared to Friday’s close, when it stood at S/3.8830, according to the Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP). Similarly, North American currency can be obtained with S/3,860 buying and S/3,890 selling at Parallel MarketAs per the portal how much is dollar.pe.
For its part, the Lima Stock Exchange (BVL) closed Friday’s session in positive territory with 13 indices up and 3 down, and none of them changed. Indicator S&P / BVL Peru GeneralWhich is the most characteristic of the domestic market, the index rose 1.70% to 18,758.27 points S&P/BVL Peru Select It rose by 2.18% and ended with 490.25 units.
The government admitted last week that 65,000 tons of urea Essential for the current agricultural campaign will not arrive until November 2022. This is after two previous purchases have been blocked by bureaucratic vices. Therefore, the executive Authorized delivery of individual voucher to farmers in order to support the purchase Fertilizer. The amount varies between 498 EGP and 7447 EGP, depending on the cultivated area.
Regional Director for Latin America and the Caribbean at World Food Program (PMA), Maria Dolores Castro met the Prime Minister, Hannibal TorresOn Friday, September 2, to promote sectoral work. In the context of the global crisis, “we recommend that governments increase social transfers in a well targeted manner which adapts to the high prices of basic basketThe official said in an interview with the newspaper “La Repubblica”.
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The price of the dollar in Peru is as follows for buying and selling, at the windows of the major banks in the country.
Torn banknotes: which banks allow you to exchange damaged notes?
All companies financing system “They are obligated to exchange notes and coins,” the BCRP notes. In this way, you will be able to make the exchange in the offices of the most famous banks – BCP, BBVAAnd the interbankAnd the scotiabank s National Bank– As well as municipal and rural savings banks and financial companies.
On the other hand, institutions are also obligated to keep suspected counterfeit banknotes and Coins that they receive in their daily operations. After that, they are handed over to BCRP. “Retention also includes banknotes containing one or more counterfeit parts,” the central bank ordered in 2018.