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Dollar today in Peru, Tuesday July 11: Check how much the exchange rate is quoted in the free apps

Find out the price of the dollar in Peru for today, Tuesday, July 11, 2023. The price of the dollar in Peru and its daily variations constitute one of the most recurring searches by citizens on the Internet, especially in official channels such as the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP) and the Superintendency of Banking, Insurance and AFP (SBS).

It is of great interest for Peruvian citizens to know the price and exchange rate of the US currency, also known as the greenback, especially when they have to carry out an important transaction to buy or sell that important currency.

And in the country, of course, this is not the exception, since consumers are always aware of the price of this currency and how the exchange rate is going in the market.

How much did the dollar close in Peru on its last day in July?

The price of the dollar in Peru closed its last day, Monday, July 10, in S/3.6370, as disclosed by Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCR).

According to the issuing entity, the interbank exchange rate had an average value of S/ 3.6399, with a minimum of S/ 3.6340 and a maximum of S/ 3.6440.

How much is the dollar in Lima?

This was the exchange rate report released by the BCRP on its last day:

How to know the price of the dollar in free exchange apps?

Here are some Internet platforms where you can convert soles to dollars and other international currencies.

They are completely free and easy to use.

  • XE.COM

Where to see the price of the dollar?

The official closing price for the day can be found on the website of the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP) and the Superintendence of Banking, Insurance and AFP (SBS).

What is the difference between the buy and sell price of the dollar?

• Purchase price: what the buyer is willing to pay to acquire the asset.

• Sale price: what the seller is willing to receive for selling the asset.

What does the price of the dollar depend on?

The price of the dollar depends on the supply and demand of the market. How hard is it to get it for someone who needs it and how easy is it to sell it to someone who has it?

Source: Elcomercio

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