The price of dollar registered this Friday drop of 0.14% compared to the previous day and closed the week with a drop, after selling at 38,743 pesos, according to data from the Central Bank of Uruguay (BCU), which reflected that the US currency ended the streak of two consecutive days on the rise.
With these records, so far this year, the price of the dollar has fallen by 3.31% and a year-on-year depreciation of 2.84% compared to June 2 of last year, when it traded at 40.09 pesos. Thus, it remains far from the 39-peso range, which has not reached since last May 3, when it was listed 39,074.
Further still seems to be the cap of 40 pesos that it reached at the end of December 2022. Even according to the projections of the last Survey of Economic Expectations, he BCU reported that market agents expect the dollar to close the year at 41.00 pesos on average.
On the reference board of the Republic Bank (BROU), the dollar was offered to 37.50 pesos for the buys and 40 pesos for the sale. Meanwhile, the preferential value of the eBROU dollar He was in 38.00 pesos for the buys and 39.50 pesos for the sale.
Meanwhile, the last operation of the journey in the Electronic Stock Market of Uruguay (Bevsa) was agreed in 38.73 pesoswhile the price maximum it was of 38.74 pesos and the minimum of 38.74 pesos. During the day, the number of transactions was 24, with a total amount of operations of more than $11.5 million.
In turn, the 1 to 1 parity cryptocurrencies with the dollar as Tether (USDT) traded at an average of 40.09 pesos for online purchase through a bank or card, and from the 40.09 pesos until the 42.66 pesos in the peer-to-peer market (P2P) from Binance.
The price of the dollar over the last five days
- May 26 — 38,799
- May 29 — 38,791
- May 30 — 38,739
- May 31 — 38,779
- June 1 — 38,799