Today, Monday, January 11th, the dollar closed at S / 3,613, interbank, according to the Central Reserve Bank (BCR).
To this day, Bloomberg reports that greenback increased by 0.13% in Peruvian market.
The reason for this result was an increase in coronavirus cases worldwide, which generated greater fears for investors, according to Reuters.
In addition, the dollar index rose and continued to rise from nearly three-week lows last week, amid rising U.S. Treasury yields relative to expect more fiscal stimulus with the new government of Joe Biden.
How much does a dollar cost you?
Supervision of banking, insurance and AFP (SBS) indicates that the purchase price is S / 3.61, and the sale price is S / 3.615 Close by.
For its part, the website comoestaeldolar.pe indicates this Money changers buy the dollar at a price of S / 3.60, and sell it at an average of S / 3.625.