New bullish day for the prices of the dollar in Argentina. At the close of trading, regulated currencies recorded their fourth rise of the week, despite low demand in the official market. The same thing happened with the parallel ticket, which increased by $1, but continues to trade below $300.
For its part, the Central Bank (BCRA) chained its sixth consecutive day without sales and closed Thursday with a positive balance, by making another 20 million Dollars to add to their coffers in foreign exchange. In this way, the entity accumulated almost 140 million in the last six wheels.
This is how the dollar dawns in the official market
At this time, the dollar without taxes opens the wheel in the regulated market at $136.58 for purchase and is sold at an average of $142.58 per unit, up 14 cents from Wednesday. While in the rest of the banks, the American bill is around $145 for sale.
Along the same lines as the regulated ones, the dollar solidarity or saver, whose value starts from the official and includes 30% of the COUNTRY Tax and the deductible 45% of Income Tax and Personal Assets, registered an increase of 25 cents on Thursday, for which open the wheel at $249.52 for sale.
On the other hand, in the financial markets, currencies Stocks shortened the bullish streak and pulled back at Thursday’s close. First of all, the dollar Counted with Liqui (CCL), intended for the purchase of shares in foreign stock markets, fell 51 cents and at this time it is listed at $289.87 for sale.
While the so-called dollar MEP or Bolsa, which is used to invest in the national market, today it is quoted at an average sale price of $282.60 per unitwhich translates to a drop of $1.23 from the previous day.
Finally, in the parallel market, the dollar which operates without any regulations from the Central Bank registered an increase of $1 and is now available at $289 for the purchase and $293 for the sale.
In this way, the exchange gap between the dollar official and the blue is located at 115.8%, according to the survey of the digital portal Dollar Sí.