Over the last week, the dollar registered multiple changes in each of the Argentine markets. On the one hand, the officer had five raises from Monday to Friday; while the parallel raised the first two skillful wheels and then scored two losing streaks.
While, the coins that operate in the stock markets, marked disparate fluctuations throughout the business week, although for the close of banking activity their movements were downward. Currently, financial dollars maintain the highest prices in the national market.
This is how the dollar dawns in the official market
This Sunday, May 22, the dollar official trades at $117.91 for the purchase and $123.91 for the sale at Banco Nación (BNA), 80 cents more expensive than last Sunday. For its part, in private banking, the currency is obtained at $124.33 for the sale per unit.
Along the same lines as the regulated the dollar solidarity is listed this morning at $204.45 for sale, which translates to a weekly gain of $1.32. This currency, intended for the savings of Argentines, is subject to the official value and includes in its price 30% of the COUNTRY Tax and 35% of the Income Tax.
In the stock markets, the dollar Cash With Liquidation (CCL), which is used to purchase shares on foreign exchanges, closed the week with an accumulated rise of 65 cents, for which this Sunday is $210.78 for sale.
In the case of the so-called dollar Bag or MEP, american currency which is used to make investments in the national market, the low of the week was $3.35, which placed its price at $207.75 for the sale per unit.
After opening the weekly wheel with a net raise of $2 and topping off Tuesday with another $2.50, the dollar blue was located on Friday at $201.50 for the purchase and $204.50 for the salea peso more expensive than what was sold last Sunday.
This fluctuation positioned the exchange gap between the official exchange rate and the parallel exchange rate at 72.9%, according to the survey of the exchange houses of the City of Buenos Aires.