Historic Peruvian sol United States dollar

Peruvian sol united states dollar history since 29/02/2024 until today (0 years). Search for PEN to USD exchange rate history for a particular date, month or year.

is the currency (supplied by Central Reserve Bank of Peru and the currency supplied by Federal Reserve Bank. The PEN USD historical data can be seen on the Peruvian sol united states dollar historical chart.

30 January 20241 PEN = 0.2641 USD
31 January 20241 PEN = 0.2624 USD
01 February 20241 PEN = 0.2631 USD
02 February 20241 PEN = 0.2630 USD
03 February 20241 PEN = 0.2609 USD
04 February 20241 PEN = 0.2609 USD
05 February 20241 PEN = 0.2653 USD
06 February 20241 PEN = 0.2659 USD
07 February 20241 PEN = 0.2592 USD
08 February 20241 PEN = 0.2593 USD
09 February 20241 PEN = 0.2597 USD
12 February 20241 PEN = 0.2649 USD
13 February 20241 PEN = 0.2586 USD
14 February 20241 PEN = 0.2588 USD
15 February 20241 PEN = 0.2575 USD
16 February 20241 PEN = 0.2583 USD
17 February 20241 PEN = 0.2615 USD
18 February 20241 PEN = 0.2615 USD
19 February 20241 PEN = 0.2649 USD
20 February 20241 PEN = 0.2671 USD
21 February 20241 PEN = 0.2635 USD
22 February 20241 PEN = 0.2634 USD
23 February 20241 PEN = 0.2626 USD
24 February 20241 PEN = 0.2634 USD
25 February 20241 PEN = 0.2634 USD
26 February 20241 PEN = 0.2693 USD
27 February 20241 PEN = 0.2634 USD
28 February 20241 PEN = 0.2633 USD
29 February 20241 PEN = 0.2635 USD

27/07/2020: Transition to Sol

Peru announced the removal of 'Nuevo' from the currency's name, making it officially known as the Sol once again.

15/12/2015: Introduction of New Sol Banknotes

New series of banknotes featuring improved security features and designs were introduced for the Nuevo Sol.

01/10/1995: Introduction of Nuevo Sol

The Peruvian Sol was revalued and renamed as the Nuevo Sol, with a new currency code of PEN.

01/07/1991: Return to the Sol

Peru reintroduced the Sol as its official currency, replacing the Inti at a rate of 1 million Intis to 1 Sol.

01/02/1985: Creation of the Inti

The Peruvian Inti was created to replace the Sol as the official currency as part of an economic reform plan.

01/07/1880: Adoption of the Sol de Oro Standard

Peru adopted the Sol de Oro standard, pegging the Sol to gold at a fixed rate.

23/11/1850: Introducción of Peruvian Sol

The Peruvian Sol was introduced as the official currency of Peru to replace the Spanish real.