After a quiet start, the
blue dollar is up $1 more on Thursday and is trading at $385 for sale,
$2 above the previous day's close.
Meanwhile, the official is trading at $192 for sale, $0.50 more than Wednesday.
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Blue raises $1 more
The blue dollar rose slightly again this Thursday and is trading at $385 for sale and $381 for purchase.
The blue dollar rises to $384
After noon on Thursday, the blue dollar jumped slightly and rose $1, to trade at $384 to sell and $380 to buy.
The Merval rises 0.30% and Argentine shares on Wall Street operate with ups and downs
The referential S&P Merval index rose 0.30% and was located at 260,863.92 units after the half round on the Buenos Aires stock market, while the shares of Argentine companies on Wall Street operated with ups and downs.
The papers of Transener and BYMA recorded increases of 3.21% and 2.92%, in that order, in the leading panel of the Buenos Aires stock market.
The ADRs of Argentine companies on the New York Stock Exchange operated unevenly, with increases of 3.6% in the case of Mercadolibre and decreases of up to 2.1% in the YPF paper.
The official dollar adjusts upwards
After noon on Thursday, the official dollar rose $0.50 and is trading at $192 for sale and $184 for purchase on Banco Nación's blackboards.
The blue dollar opens unchanged
In early trading on Thursday, the blue dollar is trading at $383 to sell and $379 to buy.
Tourist dollar and Qatar dollar: how much does it cost this summer to use your credit card abroad
Being abroad, the credit card will be used over and over again to make different consumptions: meals out, hotel nights, excursions, supermarket and much more.
The following month, when the summary arrives, it will be time to pay the bill.
And what will the cost be?
In more predictable countries, a question like that is very easy to answer because the rules haven't changed for decades.
But in Argentina, no.
The official dollar, unchanged
The official dollar opened this Thursday with the same values at which it closed the previous day: $191.50 for sale and $183.50 for purchase on the Banco Nación blackboard.
With reserves at the limit, Sergio Massa seeks a loan from the banks
In a new attempt to calm exchange pressures, with the blue dollar at its highest nominal value, the Government resumed talks to advance a set of loans for up to US$2.5 billion with foreign entities.
These are four offers that appeared in the last few hours after the repurchase of public debt that began last week, a measure with which Sergio Massa tries to contain the dollar and face the shortage of foreign currency, aggravated by the possible loss of US$ 10,000 million for the drought.
The parallel closed at $383 this Wednesday
The US currency that is traded in the parallel market rose two pesos this Wednesday and remains at record prices.
Meanwhile, the currency of the United States on the boards of Banco Nación quoted unchanged this Wednesday for sale at $191.50.
The blue is up $37 so far in January
With the jump it gave in the last two days (the rise of $2 this Wednesday is added to the $5 rise on Tuesday),
the blue accumulates a rise of $37 so far this month.
It represents an increase of more than 10% and there is concern about its impact on inflation, since more companies fix the prices of their products in relation to alternative dollars due to the difficulties in obtaining foreign currency at the official exchange rate.
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