Today, Monday, January 11, the dollar closed at S / 3,613, at the interbank level, according to data from the Central Reserve Bank (BCR).
On this day, Bloomberg reports that the greenback rose 0.13% in the Peruvian market.
The reason for this result was the increase in cases of coronavirus in the world, which generated greater fears for investors, according to Reuters.
In addition, the dollar index rose and extended a rebound from almost three-week lows of last week, amid a rally in Treasury yields of U.S ante la expectation of more fiscal stimuli with the new Joe Biden government.
How much does the dollar cost you?
The Superintendency of Banking, Insurance and AFP (SBS) indicates that the purchase price is S / 3.61 and sale S / 3.615 approximately.
For its part, the website comoestaeldolar.pe indicates that Money exchangers buy the dollar at a price of S / 3.60 and sell it at S / 3.625 on average.