Dollar today: how much is the foreign currency trading for this Saturday, June 4

Dollar today: how much is the foreign currency trading for this Saturday, June 4

After two spells of medium stability, the dollar regulated again marked a significant rise in the official market, after recording an advance of 26 cents on Friday. For its part, the blue marked a decline of $2 to be sold today as the cheapest retail currency in the entire foreign exchange market.

Meanwhile, the Central Bank (BCRA) closed the first trading round in June with a mini-buying streak, acquiring some 10 million Dollars. However, sales of foreign exchange marked the weekly round, since, between Monday and Tuesday, the entity got rid of more than 200 million dollars of its reserves.

The month’s sales complicate the goals agreed with the International Monetary Fund.

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