Tuesday, December 7

Dollar today: how much it is trading at this Wednesday, November 24

Last week, the monetary authority accumulated a negative balance of about US $ 117 million, less than the u $ s633 it sold during the previous week.

The savings dollar or solidarity dollar -which includes 30% of the PAÍS tax, and a 35% on account of the Income Tax- rose 21 cents to $ 175.05.

Wholesale dollar

The wholesale dollar, meanwhile, advanced 11 cents to $ 100.57, under the strict regulation of the BCRA.

Dollar CCL

In the Buenos Aires stock market, the dollar CCL traded with the most liquid bonds (Bonar 2030, which were the ones that the monetary authority used to intervene) it dropped $ 5 to $ 208.54, after skyrocketing 16% ($ 29.49) last week. Therefore, the gap with the official stands at 107.2%. Instead, the free versions of the CCL rose and traded between $ 215 and $ 217.

it dropped $ 5 to $ 208.54; but the MEP rose and was close to $ 205.

Dollar MEP

In addition, the MEP dollar rose almost $ 2 to $ 241.97, after climbing 10% ($ 19.05) last week. Thus, the spread with the wholesaler, which is regulated by the BCRA, will stretch to 103.7%.

The dollar blue dropped 50 cents this Tuesday to $ 201, according to a survey of Scope in the Black Market of Currencies. As a consequence, the gap with the wholesale official drilled 100% minimally.

The parallel dollar came from accumulating a rise of $ 1.50 last week.

Recall that on Thursday, November 11, it touched $ 207, its highest nominal value observed so far.

So far in November, the informal dollar accumulates a rise of $ 3.50. Likewise, throughout October the informal dollar rose $ 11.50 (+ 6.2%) due to high inflation, exchange controls, fiscal deficit and firm country risk, which fueled devaluation expectations and put pressure on the currency, which it tends to make sudden jumps with just a few operations.

Anyway, so far in 2021 the parallel accumulates an appreciation of $ 35 (close to 20%), well below the accumulated inflation of 2021, higher than 41%.

Let us remember that during September, the informal dollar rose $ 4.50 (+ 2.5%), after posting its lowest rise since March in August, climbing just $ 1 (+ 0.6%). After hitting a low of $ 139 in early April, the parallel dollar increased $ 9 in April (6.4%), $ 7 (4.7%) in May, $ 11 (7%) in June, and $ 12.50 (+ 7.4%) in July.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *