The price of the US dollar in Peru opened lower on Wednesday, after data from the US economy that reinforced expectations of a slowdown in the tightening of monetary policy in the world’s leading economy.
The exchange rate operates at S/ 3.82 per dollar, a strong decline of 0.53% compared to the close of the day on Wednesday, according to the Bloomberg agency.
So far this year, the greenback accumulates a decline of 0.95% compared to the last price of 2021, at S / 3,991.
On the other hand, in the parallel market or the main exchange houses, the dollar is bought at S/ 3.82 and sold at S/ 3.85, according to data from the portal cuantoestaeldolar.pe.
Most of the currencies of Latin America rose on Wednesday, in a context of the decline of the dollar in international markets, after figures from the United States economy that reinforced expectations of a slowdown in the tightening of monetary policy in the first economy of the world.
According to Reuters Agency, US producer prices rose less than expected in October, further evidence that inflation was beginning to ease.
Government data last week showed consumer prices rose less than expected in October, pushing the annual rise below 8% for the first time in eight months. Inflation is slowing as higher interest rates reduce demand and supply chains pick up.
I am John Casanova. I am an author at 24 news recorder and mostly cover economy news. I have a great interest in the stock market and have been writing about it for many years. I am also interested in real estate and have written several articles on the subject. I am a very experienced investor and have a lot of knowledge to share with others.