Dollar today: how much is the foreign currency trading for this Monday, May 2

Dollar today: how much is the foreign currency trading for this Monday, May 2

It opens the first working week of the month of May with the prices of the dollar stable. In the official market, the regulated currency has maintained a progressive upward climb since March and last Friday it scored 29 cents, while the blue fell almost $3. In as much, the financiers registered disparate movements when closing the month of April.

This morning, on the screens of Banco Nación (BNA), the dollar official is quoted at $114.64 for the purchase and $120.64 for the sale. For its part, private banking offers american currency at an average purchase price of $114.98 and sales of $121.30 per unit.

The wholesale dollar in banks is around $115.11 for purchase and $115.31 for sale.

Along the same lines as the regulated ones, the dollar solidarity, also known as savings, open the wheel on Monday at $199.06 for unit sale, $1.50 below blue. This North American currency is made up of the official price plus 30% of the COUNTRY Tax and 35% as an advance on Income Tax.

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