He exchange rate starts the morning of this Monday, September 14 to S / 3,578 at the interbank level.
The price, registered on Friday, would be one of the highest closings registered in the country in the last 12 years.
In last Friday’s session the banks recorded an average price of S / 3,498 for purchase and S / 3,616 for sale of dollars.
In addition, in the street the money changers bought the green ticket for S / 3.56 and sold it for approximately S / 3.59.
During the past day, Bloomberg indicated that the dollar it closed with a slight rise of 0.83% in the Peruvian market.
With this, the US currency accumulates a growth of 7.97% so far this year in Peru, according to the Central Reserve Bank (BCR).
According to Reuters, this increase was generated by the political crisis that the country is experiencing, after several parties in Congress presented a vacancy motion against the president Martin Vizcarra.
It should be noted that this morning the US currency has not yet reported any change in the Peruvian market.