Price dollar in Peru it closed higher on Monday, November 23, driven by positive US currency data, while advances in vaccine testing against Coronavirus they continued to drive the stock markets.
The exchange rate reached S / 3.605 at the end of the session, a 0.25% increase compared to Friday’s end, at S / 3.596, according to data from the Peruvian Central Reserve Bank (BCR).
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So far this year, the greenery is accruing an increase of 8.78% compared to the end of 2019, at S / 3,314.
On the other hand, in the collateral market or the country’s main exchange houses, the dollar was bought at S / 3,585 and sold at S / 3,615, according to portal quéestaeldolar.pe.
Regionally, most currencies posted early gains and turned negative midday on Monday as the dollar recovers globally after positive US data, while an increase in antiviral vaccine trials continued coronavirus to drive the stock markets.
A survey showed that business activity in the United States grew at its fastest pace in more than five years in November, boosting the dollar in global markets and causing emerging currencies to decline after a promising start to the day, according to the report. Reuters Agency.
Risk appetite in foreign exchange markets was boosted by an increase in the development of COVID-19 vaccines, even as PMI data showed a sharp decline in eurozone business activity due to restrictions in operation. .
AstraZeneca said Monday that its vaccine could be 90% effective, building on previous positive announcements by Moderna Inc and Pfizer Inc’s alliance with BioNTech SE.
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