On the last business day, all the prices of the dollar recorded a series of disparate movements in each of the country’s foreign exchange markets. The official currencies traded higher, the financial ones fell slightly and the parallel fell two points, although it remains at one of the highest nominal values in its entire history.
For its part, the Central Bank (BCRA) once again closed the business round in the red, since it had to sell some 140 million Dollars on Wednesday to meet the high demand for foreign exchange. In this way, the acquisitions for the month of June were zero.
This is how the dollar dawns in the official market
After registering a rise of 47 cents in the Banco Nación (BNA), the dollar in the official market it is quoted at $121.96 for the purchase and $127.96 for the sale. While the currency in private banking touched the threshold of $128 for sale, a value that can vary depending on the entity.
Meanwhile, the dollar solidarity (whose value is made up of the official value and 30% of the COUNTRY Tax and the advance of 35% of the Income Tax are added), it also advanced 47 cents on this day, so at this time it is $211.13 for sale per unit. It was once again the cheapest retail currency on the market.
In the case of dollar Cash With Liquidation (CCL), which is used to purchase shares on foreign exchanges, this week ended the consecutive streak of stability and a rise of $1.41 cents was recorded in the stock market. At this time, it is listed at $238.14 for sale, being the most expensive in the market.
In the same line follows the dollar MEP or Bag, the american currency intended for investors who want to buy shares in the local market. This Thursday, the MEP begins the day with a value of $229.45 for sale per unit, ranking as the second most expensive coin.
Finally, in the parallel market, the dollar blue remains the third most expensive retail currency in the entire foreign exchange market, despite having registered a drop of two points last round.
This Thursday the 16th, casual is $216 to buy and $219 to sell, its second-highest face value ever. Let us remember that last Monday, the price of the blue dollar exceeded the historical mark of February ($213) and is sold at an average of $224 per unit, but today it is sold with a difference of five pesos.