O exchange rate of dollar ended on a slight decline on Monday in exchange offers from local companies and banks that opened in long positions after Central Reserve Bank (BCR) will announce the elimination of the monthly limit on the sale of derivatives.
At the meeting, the Peruvian currency rose 0.15% to 3,310 / 3,311 units per dollar, compared to 3,315 / 3,316 at the end of Friday, with trades totaling $ 437 million.
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So far this year the local currency accumulated an increase of 1.72% against the US dollar, up from the 4.05% decline in 2018.
In the early hours of the day, the Sun depreciated to 3.3210 units per dollar due to demand green ticket local companies and foreign investors.
Then the trend changed and the sun rose to 3,307 units for US dollar offers from local companies and banks that opened in long positions.
Traders said Sunday's announcement by the BCR to lift the monthly limit on the sale of derivatives helped the strength of the local currency.
At the global level, dollar index fell 0.14% on a basket of benchmark currencies as traders expect more data to be convinced if they raise their bets in favor of the dollar.
In the informal market in Lima, exchange rate It operated at 3,307 / 3,308 units, compared with 3,313 / 3,314 from the previous session.