The quotes of dollar They closed the third business week of August with a series of disparate movements in the different exchange markets: the regulated ones rose all five days of the week, the financial ones also registered a sharp rise and the parallel one had a slight setback.
At Banco Nación (BNA), the dollar official without taxes advanced $1.47 throughout the week, so starts this Sunday at $136.84 to buy and $142.84 to sell. While in private banking entities, foreign currency it is an average of $145 for sale.
For his part, the dollar solidarity or saver, whose value starts from the official and is added to which is added 30% of the COUNTRY Tax and the deductible 45% of Income Tax and Personal Assets, is listed this Sunday at $249.97 for salewhich translates into a cumulative rise of $2.57 compared to last week.
Regarding the financial markets, this week currencies they opened the operations profiled downwards, but at the end of the week they registered a sharp spike that positioned Liqui as the most expensive in the market.
At this time, the dollar Cash with Liquidation (CCL), which is used to invest in the foreign stock market, is listed at an average sale price of $302.43 per unit, an increase of $15.42 between Monday and Friday. Meanwhile, the MEP or Bolsa, intended for operations in the national market, rose $13.33 and now available for $292.22 for sale.
After a week of slight ups and downs, the dollar informal closed the day on Friday at an average purchase of $290 per unit, while for sale it is achieved at $294which translates to a decline of $1 from the previous week.
In this way, the exchange gap between the official wholesale currency and the informal currency is 116.64% this Sunday, according to the exchange houses of the City of Buenos Aires.