Throughout the last week, the different prices of the dollar in Argentina they registered a series of upward movements that catapulted their values to historical maximums. Both the blue, as well as the financial and regulated ones closed higher on Friday.
In this sense, the dollar that operates in the official market is achieved today at $129.28 for the purchase and $135.28 for the sale, after registering an accumulated rise of $1.63 throughout the week. The same thing happened with the foreign currency in private banking that, after advancing $2.45, is now around $136 for sale.
With respect to dollar solidarity, whose value is made up of the official plus 30% of the COUNTRY Tax and the advance of 45% of the Income Tax, the net advance for the entire week was $16.22, so today it is achieved at $236.74 for sale per unit; a value that can change depending on the entity to query.
On the other hand, in the financial markets, the net rises of the week were much lower than those of the previous week. The dollar Cash With Liquidation (CCL), used to invest in the foreign stock market, jumped from $296.98 to $297.92 for sale between Monday and Fridayso the total increase was 96 cents.
Meanwhile he dollar MEP or Bag, the coin intended for investments in the domestic market, advanced about $4.46 throughout the week, and catapulted from $281.91 for sale to $286.37 per unit.
In the so-called caves of the City of Buenos Aires, the dollar blue closed the business week with one of its highest values in history, breaking through the $290 barrier. Specifically, between Monday and Friday, the informal currency added a net $21 to its value to consolidate itself as the second most expensive currency in the market.
At this time of the morning, the blue is quoted in the informal market at an average purchase price of $286, while for sale it is available at $291 per unit. This rise caused the exchange rate gap with the official to widen to 135.1%.