On the last business day, the dollar The regulated price moved up again in the official market and rose 12 cents, while the blue continued its setback on Friday and fell $5 in the parallel market, so now it breaks the $200 barrier for the first time. time on seven wheels.
This Saturday, April 30, the dollar official at Banco Nación (BNA) opens the exchange wheel at $114.41 for purchase and $120.41 for sale, an upward variation of +0.10% compared to the previous day. Meanwhile, in private banking, the american currency around $120.43 for the unit sale.
With this increase of 12 cents in the official market, the prices of the dollar saver, the regulated exchange rate (destined for retail sales) that is made up of the official value plus 30% of the COUNTRY Tax and the Income Tax. At this time, it sells for an average of $198.68 per unit.
In the financial market, meanwhile, currencies stocks are trading higher. On this day, the dollar Cash With Liquidation (CCL), which is used to purchase shares on foreign exchanges, had a variation of +3.69% and now available for $211.13 for sale.
For its part, the so-called dollar Bolsa or MEP, intended for financial investments in the national market, opens today’s session with a rise of $1.36 and an upward variation of +1.27%, which makes its local stock market value $205.10 per unit.
Finally, in the informal market, the dollar blue had a very volatile week. Between Monday and Friday, he made two significant raises totaling $9.50, while in the last three rounds he lost a total of $13.50. This caused the parallel to trade below $200.
With the $5 drop on the last day, the dollar informal is trading this morning at $196 for the purchase and $199 for the sale, just 32 cents away from being surpassed by the regulated retailer. In this way, the gap with the official wholesale exchange rate fell to 72.6%.