Wednesday, December 8

Dollar today: how much it is trading at this Monday, November 15


“There is no discussion in the government in this regard and the goals reflected in the budgets for this year and the 2022 project are ratified,” highlighted a source close to the monetary authority.

In the year, the BCRA maintains a buying position of 6,000 million in the accumulated of the year.

The savings dollar or solidarity dollar -which includes 30% of the COUNTRY tax, and 35% on Profit account- amounted to five cents to $ 174.60.

Wholesale dollar

The The wholesale dollar rose five cents to $ 100.22, under the strict regulation of the BCRA, which accumulated an advance of 28 cents during the week.

With a record volume traded in the market (u $ s952,140 million), the US currency traded with ups and downs produced by the interventions of the Central Bank.

The volume traded in the spot segment is the highest since October 25, 2019.

Dollar CCL

In the last week prior to the legislative elections next Sunday, the regulated CCL climbed 1.5% to $184,08 in the week, for which the gap with the official reached 83.7%, a record since November 27, 2020. It meant the greatest advance for a week since August 20. The “free” was located near $215.

Dollar MEP

For its part, the regulated MEP dollar rose in the same proportion, to $ 183.98 in the week, with which the spread with the wholesaler culminated this Friday at 83.6%. The “free” continued to operate just below $200.

The The blue dollar sank more than $ 6 this Friday and returned to $ 200, so the gap pierced 100%, on the last day before the elections, according to a survey of Ambit in the Black Market of Foreign Currency.

In a square marked by fire by speculation (with rumors of all kinds), just 3 days before the national legislative elections, the parallel dollar yielded $ 6.50 to $ 200, after hitting its highest face value of $ 207 on Thursday. In this way, the gap with the wholesaler dropped to 99.5%.



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