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Euro: opening price today January 13 in Colombia

In the Colombian foreign exchange market, the European currency is sold more expensive than the dollar.  (Infobae)
In the Colombian foreign exchange market, the European currency is sold more expensive than the dollar. (Infobae)

The euro is negotiated at the beginning 5,087.11 Colombian pesos on averagewhich represented a change of 0.12% compared to the value of the previous day, when it ended with 5,093.10 Colombian pesos on average.

In relation to the last seven days, the euro marks a decrease in 1.65% although, on the contrary, in the last year it still maintained a rise of 22.09%.

Compared to previous days, add two consecutive sessions in decline. The volatility of the last seven days is notoriously lower than that accumulated in the last year, so that its price is presenting fewer changes than what the general trend in recent dates indicates.

the colombian peso

TheColombian peso It is the legal tender in Colombia, it is usually abbreviated as COL and its circulation is controlled by the Banco de la República de Colombia.

Currently there are 50, 100, 200, 500 and 1000 pesos coins in circulation, the latter had its first circulation between 1996 and 2002, however, it lost acceptance because it was very easy to counterfeit.

The 500 and 1000 pesos coins are bimetallic, to improve their security and prevent them from being replicated illegally; meanwhile, all denominations have designs that allude to biodiversity in the country, including the spectacled bear, the flag macaw, the glass frog, the loggerhead turtle, among others

With the change of government In the 2022 elections, where Gustavo Petro was victorious, the country will have to maintain or improve the economic trend it has registered after its vibrant recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.

Colombia continues to face major structural challenges: remains one of the most unequal countries in the world; inflation has undermined progress in the recovery of the poverty rate; and the current account deficit remains very high.

According to the forecast made by the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (Cepal), by 2023 the country will have an economic growth of 1.9 percent.

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