While, the BCRA’s gross reserves fell US $ 106 million on Monday to US $ 42,038 million, the lowest level since mid-August.
The savings dollar or solidarity dollar -which includes a 30% of the PAÍS tax, and a 35% on account of the Income Tax- advanced 40 cents to $ 175.48.
The wholesale dollar, for its part, rose 13 cents to $ 100.93, under the strict regulation of the BCRA.
Last week, the wholesale exchange rate advanced 34 cents, a rise significantly higher than the 24 cents registered in the previous week. Since last April 28, the wholesale exchange rate did not record a rise of the magnitude of today, except for those registered at each beginning of the week.
The Dollar Cash with Settlement rebounded 1.8% to $ 215.64, with which the gap with the officer it expanded to 113.6%.
The blue dollar closed stable this Monday at $ 201 for the second consecutive round, according to a survey of Ambit in the Black Market of Foreign Currency. Thus, the gap with the wholesale official remained below 100%, to stand at 99.2%.
The parallel dollar came from cutting a streak of six consecutive weekly rises, at accumulate a loss of 50 cents.
Even so, the informal registered nine consecutive days trading at $ 200 or above that level.
So far in November, the informal dollar shows an increase of $ 3.50 (+ 1.8%), after climbing $ 11.50 in October (+ 6.2%).