The Central Bank of Venezuela (BCV) updated the price of the dollar this Tuesday, January 4, 2022, after several days in which the amount remained frozen. This is the official rate designated by the Nicolas Maduro in response to the wide parallel market that has been disclosed in Venezuela since they announced an exchange control.
Dollar Monitor published its average this Tuesday, first at 9.00 am and then at 1.00 pm, while DolarToday continues with the price of the parallel dollar on its website, as well as Yummy Dollar Web the latest diffuser on the parallel market.
The opposition leader Juan Guaidó was ratified last Monday by the fractured opposition as “In charge of the presidency” of Venezuela a figure that this leader adopted in 2019 with international support to try to remove from power, without success, the socialist president Nicolás Maduro.
Deputies of the opposition majority Parliament elected in 2015, whose term ended in January 2021, approved its “continuity (…) for up to 12 continuous months from January 4, 2022”, maintaining their line of ignoring the presidential elections of 2018 and the legislative ones of 2020, processes that they denounce as “fraudulent”.
The exchange rate published by the BCV is the weighted average that results from the daily operations of the active exchange desks of the participating banking institutions.
The BCV value date is Tuesday, January 4, 2022.
One dollar is equivalent to 4 587 700.00 bolivars, according to the update of the Central Bank of Venezuela.
The BCV reports the official price of the dollar, but also of other currencies considered important for the Venezuelan economy by Maduro’s financial team. One euro is at Bs 5,185,660.81, a yuan at 0.72223359, a Turkish lira at 0.35045758 and a ruble at 0.06148512 bolivars.
DolarToday starts with a price of 4.83 bolivars.
The BCV dollar remains at Bs 4.60, as reflected on the DolarToday page.
The exchange rate published by the BCV is Bs. 4 587 700.00.
Monitor Dollar on Instagram (@monitordolar) handles an average of 4.87 bolivars.
With information from AFP