The price of the dollar in Peru today, Monday, August 8, 2022, is located at S / 3,880 for the purchase and S / 3,915 for the sale in the parallel market, according to the portal cualestaeldolar.pe. The previous session, on Friday, August 5, the exchange rate closed higher with S/ 3.9023, reported the Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP). In this way, the green ticket advanced 0.26% compared to the day before.
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For its part, the Lima Stock Exchange (BVL) closed its operations on Friday, August 5, in positive territory with 13 indices rising, two unchanged and one falling. The most representative index of the Lima stock market, S&P/BVL Peru General, advanced 0.55% to 19,421.2 points. The financial sector led the day with gains of 1.28%, followed by mining (1.03%), consumption (0.57%), industrial (0.31%) and construction (0.01%).
This Friday, the economist Kurt Burneo was sworn in as the new head of the Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF) to replace Óscar Graham. “We need to sit down with the BCRP to harmonize the monetary policy of the entity with the fiscal policy” of the sector, said the official, while sharing the objective of redirecting inflation to the range between 3% and 1% in the second semester of 2023.
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One of the urgent tasks for the sector led by Burneo is to publish the 2023-2025 Multiannual Macroeconomic Framework and present the Public Sector Budget Bill for Fiscal Year 2023 before the Congress of the Republic. Shortly after assuming the leadership of the MEF, Kurt Burneo emphasized that his portfolio will seek to regain the confidence of economic agents.
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