The Dollar today Pricing dollar In Venezuela BS 8,19 As of today, September 17, 2022, according to the latest report on its site. At the gate Dollar Monitor Set to average B.S. 8,20 For one dollar. The value is higher than the fixed official rate Central Bank of Venezuela (BCV).
The P.C.V Shows the official rate established Monday through Friday in operations between private and public banks in Venezuela. when DolarToday and Dollar Monitor They are the main advocates of the parallel dollar.
The price of the dollar today, September 17, according to Dolartoday, Dollar Monitor and others
DolarToday Today, Saturday September 17: The price of the dollar
The DolarToday portal establishes the price B.S. 8,19 Today, Saturday, September 17, 2022 per dollar.
Dollar Today, Saturday September 19: DolarToday Calculator
|Dollars (US$)||Dollars (US$)|
|USD 5||B.S. 40,95|
|USD 10||B.S. 81,90|
|USD 20||B.S. 163,80|
|USD 50||B.S. 409.50|
|USD 100||B.S. 819,00|
|500 USD||B.S. 4.095,00|
Dollar Monitor: Prices for Saturday, September 17
The Internet Dollar Monitor page reflects the average B.S. 8,20 For a dollar, last updated.
Dollar average in Venezuela: Value of @EnParaleloVzla today, September 17
@EnParaleloVzla page shows the average B.S. 8,15 For a dollar, last updated.
Miracle Dollar: This is how the dollar is referred to in Venezuela
Yummy Dollar is another parallel market website Venezuela, Displays the rate of change B.S. 8,02.
BCV Official Rate: The price of the dollar in Venezuela
The Central Bank of Venezuela establishes a value B.S. 8,05 For every dollar, prices last until Friday, September 16, 2022.
Juan Guaido defends his “responsible government” in Venezuela until 2024 presidential election
Opposition leader Juan Guaido this Friday supported the image of “responsible government”. VenezuelaThe United States and other countries recognize socialist President Nicolás Maduro’s demands until presidential elections are held in 2024.
“There can be no doubt about the appropriateness and constitutional, republican need for the government to remain in charge until free and fair elections are held. All other interpretations will attack the republic,” Guaidó told a press conference.
Quaido declared himself “leader in charge”. Venezuela In January 2019, after boycotting Maduro’s re-election a year earlier, calling it a “fraud”, when he was president of the parliament, which was later controlled by the ruling party.
Indeed, after the main opposition was sidelined from the December 2020 legislative elections, Chavismo restored the National Assembly, but Guaidó does not recognize that Congress and defends a continuation of the previous one.
“We are going to defend democracy and this responsible government, because this is not the will of Juan Guaidó, this is not the will of the parliament elected in 2015, this is a constitutional obligation,” he stressed.
With information from EFE.
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