New bullish day for the prices of the dollar in Argentina. At the close of the wheel on Thursday, the currency that operates in the parallel market returned to register a strong jump and set a new historical nominal record; as well as the financial and stock markets, which advanced rapidly yesterday.
After advancing 39 cents in the official market, the dollar regulated is listed on the boards of Banco Nación (BNA) at $129.17 for purchase and $135.17 for sale. While in private banking, the american bill it remains at the same price as yesterday: at $135.67 for sale.
At its debut, the new dollar Solidarity, which is now added to the renewed amounts of State Taxes (30% from the COUNTRY and 45% for the advance on Earnings), also suffered a significant increase of $14 on Thursday and currently available for $236.55 for sale. Although these prices may vary depending on the entity to consult.
In the same bullish line the financial currencies dawn. This Friday, the CCL and the MEP open the exchange wheel with a rise of 1.6%, positioning themselves as the most expensive in the market. The dollar Cash With Liquidation, intended for the purchase of shares in the foreign market, it sells today for $297 per unitafter advancing $7.51 on Thursday.
Meanwhile, the dollar MEP or Stock Exchange, which is the american currency which is used to invest in the local market, had a net advance of $6 and now it sells for an average of $283.41 per unit.
After skyrocketing $11 during Wednesday’s round, the dollar blue climbed back another $14 yesterday to record a new all-time par price of $289 for sale. However, at the close of banking activity, it was down a net $4 and finished above $280.
At this time of the morning, the dollar informal is quoted in the so-called caves of the City of Buenos Aires at $280 for the purchase and $285 for the sale, being the second highest value reached so far this year. With all this, the exchange gap between the wholesale official and the parallel one widened to 126%, according to the survey of the digital portal Dollar Sí.