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Dollar price today, Saturday, November 20, 2021: Know the exchange rate

U.S.A.Dollar price today, Saturday, November 20, 2021: Know the...

The US dollar price today, Saturday, November 20, is quoted at S/4,015 for buy and S/4,026 for sale, according to Sunat on its website. According to the website Quantestaeldolar.com, in the parallel market, the average dollar price is quoted at S/3,995 for buy and S/4.03 for sell. Similarly, it was announced that purchases at Virtual Exchange House take place between S/3,985 and S/4,007; and sales between s/4,018 and s/4,035.

With regard to the profitability of the last seven days, U.S. Dollar collects a drop 0,43% However, in contrast, in year-on-year terms it still maintains growth in 10,89%, If we compare the figure with the previous days, then with this value the positive streak marked in the last two days stops. With regard to the volatility of the last week, it is clearly lower than the data obtained for the previous year (9.29%), indicating that this last phase has fewer changes than the general trend.

in the last year, U.S. Dollar Its maximum is paid at 4.14 soles, while its lowest level is 3.59 soles. NS U.S. Dollar It is located closer to its minimum than its maximum.

In political terms, this Thursday it was known that a motion for the presidency would be introduced against Pedro Castillo, promoted by the congresswoman of Avanza Pais, Patricia Chirinos. Although his request initially did not get the expected resonance, many Congressmen are turning the request down. Similarly, it was revealed that Bruno Pacheco Castillo, Secretary General of the Government Palace, resigned from his post after hearing serious complaints of interference in the Armed Forces, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Sunat.

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In blue

On the other hand, BCR President Julio Velarde spoke at the CADE 2021 Forum this week about economic projections that are positive. He added that “the economy will grow at 13.2% this year, which is an impressive figure.”

Along these lines, the Minister of Economy and Finance, Pedro France, estimated this Thursday that Peru’s gross domestic product (GDP) will grow 13% this year, thus raising the previous estimate by 10.5%. “Well, we are now calculating the 13% projected economic growth for this year, which is quite a positive figure,” he said.

“The latest data shows that the growth of the economy is already in the blue, 3% higher than we had before the pandemic and we are growing in an interesting way,” he said.

Pedro France acknowledged that the COVID-19 pandemic has also left some gaps, such as job creation, but the government is offering reactivation measures to reverse this. “As the pandemic still hits us, we have shortfalls not only in health services, but also in employment, which we are determined to fix with various reactivation measures,” he said.

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