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Crosses Price Day %Day %Year Date
PENJPY 39.7431 -0.1604 -0.40% 10.22% Feb/28
PENCNY 1.90257 -0.00991 -0.52% 3.35% Feb/28
ZARCNY 0.37532 -0.00232 -0.62% -0.97% Feb/28
PENCHF 0.23175 -0.00112 -0.48% -7.08% Feb/28
ZARCHF 0.0458016 -0.0001820 -0.40% -10.80% Feb/28
PENCAD 0.35785 -0.00081 -0.22% -0.94% Feb/28
ZARCAD 0.0705931 -0.0002277 -0.32% -5.07% Feb/28
PENBRL 1.30646 -0.00160 -0.12% -5.76% Feb/28
PENAUD 0.40582 0.00059 0.15% 3.14% Feb/28
PENEUR 0.24323 -0.00127 -0.52% -2.83% Feb/28
PENGBP 0.20822 -0.00083 -0.40% -5.46% Feb/28
PENNZD 0.43297 0.00317 0.74% 1.11% Feb/28
PENUSD 0.26362 -0.00152 -0.57% -0.42% Feb/28
ZARAUD 0.0800312 0.0000140 0.02% -1.20% Feb/28
ZAREUR 0.0481033 -0.0002052 -0.42% -6.68% Feb/28
ZARGBP 0.0411493 -0.0001305 -0.32% -9.24% Feb/28
ZARNZD 0.0852162 0.0003480 0.41% -3.34% Feb/28
ZARUSD 0.0519946 -0.0003606 -0.69% -4.60% Feb/28
ZARJPY 7.88474 0.07568 0.97% 6.22% Feb/27
ZARBRL 0.25843 0.00037 0.14% -8.55% Feb/27
ZARPEN 0.19757 0.00147 0.75% -4.16% Feb/27

South African Rand Peruvian Nuevo Sol traded at 0.19757 this Tuesday February 27th, increasing 0.00147 or 0.75 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, ZARPEN gained 2.17 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price fell by 4.16 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast South African Rand Peruvian Nuevo Sol to be priced at 0.20162 by the end of this quarter and at 0.19734 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.