Extending yesterday's bullish run,
the blue dollar is up $4
on Thursday and is trading at
$383 for sale
The official, meanwhile, adjusted slightly upwards and is trading at $209.50 for sale on the Banco Nación blackboard.
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The official dollar adjusts upwards
After noon, and accompanying the rise of the blue dollar, the official dollar rose $0.50 this Thursday and is trading at $209.50 for sale and $201.50 for purchase on the Banco Nación blackboard.
The blue dollar rises again
The blue dollar stretched $1 more its rise this Thursday and is trading at $383 to sell and $379 to buy, $4 above the previous day's close.
Blue raises $1 more
The blue dollar took another step higher and is trading this Thursday at $382 for sale and $378 for purchase, $3 above the previous day's close.
The Buenos Aires Stock Exchange operates with a rise of 0.44% at the opening
The Buenos Aires Stock Exchange operated at the opening of this Thursday with a rise of 0.44% in its main indicator, the S&P Merval, which stood at 210,759.83 points.
Meanwhile, the volume traded in shares exceeded $104 million.
The blue dollar rises to $381
After the first movements of the day, the blue dollar rose $2 and is trading this Thursday at $381 for sale and $377 for purchase.
The blue dollar opens at $379
In the first operations of this Thursday, the blue dollar showed no changes in its price compared to the day before and was trading at $379 for sale and $375 for purchase.
Juan Manuel Barca
First official reaction after the inflationary jump: the Central Bank would raise interest rates this Thursday
Sergio Massa has been silent since inflation hit a new record in February.
The data released on Tuesday led to meetings at the Ministry of Economy with Vice Minister Gabriel Rubinstein and Secretary of Commerce, Matías Tombolini.
There are also contacts with the Central Bank, whose board of directors will define today whether to raise the interest rate, as a first step in response to the 6.6% inflation rate last month.
It would be the first concrete action that will be taken to find a way to break the upward trend of the CPI.
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The official dollar opens unchanged
The official dollar started trading on the Banco Nación blackboard on Thursday at the same values at which it closed the previous day: $209 for sale and $201 for purchase.
Amid the global meltdown, Argentine stocks plunged as much as 9.5% and bonds fell 3.4%
The collapse of Credit Suisse bank with shares falling 24% hit global markets and the impact was also felt in Argentina.
With losses in dollar bonds of more than 3% and collapses of up to 9% in shares listed on Wall Street, the market was shaken again amid uncertainty that pushed parallel dollars and continued to bleed the Central Bank.
The global situation was yet another stone for the Argentine market, which was already presaging a difficult day after the inflation data for February, which with a record of 6.6% confirmed that the Consumer Price Index is already moving at a speed of 102 ,5%.
Ezequiel Carballo, one of the most important bankers in the country, leaves the leadership of Banco Macro and is succeeded by Jorge Brito (h)
Delfín Jorge Ezequiel Carballo has just announced that he is resigning from the presidency of Banco Macro, one of the main Argentine private banks.
Although now the decision of the shareholders' meeting remains, it is discounted that the executive presidency of the Macro will pass into the hands of Jorge Brito Jr., vice president of the entity and, also, head of the River Plate Club.
The vice presidency will go to Carlos Giovanelli, another banker with long experience.
Carballo, the main shareholder of the entity together with the Brito family, assumed the presidency of Macro a few days after his lifelong partner, Jorge Brito, died in a plane crash that occurred in the province of Salta on November 20, 2020.
Credit Suisse recovers in the stock market after the mega millionaire bailout of the Swiss Central Bank
Shares of Credit Suisse bank rose sharply this Thursday at the opening of the stock market, after obtaining the support of the Swiss central bank to calm the markets after the worst session in its history.
In the first operations, the title of the banking entity gained 30.82% on the Zurich stock market, at 2.22 Swiss francs, after reaching a record low of 1.55 francs on Wednesday, when the action closed the day with a collapse of 24.24%.
The blue dollar closed Wednesday at $379
After dropping two pesos at the start, the parallel coin was up four and closed at $379 for sale.
This means two pesos more than what had closed on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, according to the price presented by Banco Nación,
the official dollar rises 25 cents
and reaches $209 for sale.
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