The price of the dollar in Peru ended unchanged on Friday, despite investor doubts about the success of the vaccine against the corona virus developed by the pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca.
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At the end of the edits, it becomes exchange rate It was listed at S / 3,604 in the interbank market, a figure similar to the day before, according to data from the Central Reserve Bank (BCR).
The dollar index fell today and headed for a weekly loss against a basket of currencies even as the stock market lost steam after sentiment was hit by doubts about the vaccine from AstraZeneca against him COVID-19.
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The dollar has fallen more than 2.2% globally so far this month as market confidence has been bolstered by Joe Biden’s election victory in the United States and news of advances in vaccine development that demand for the currency considered a safe haven has declined.
A round of reduced sales was scheduled for the National Day celebrated in the United States for Thanksgiving the day before.
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In Lima’s parallel market or exchange offices, the exchange rate was quoted at S / 3,595 on purchase and S / 3,620 on sale.
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