Even so, reserves have accumulated a decrease of US$310 million so far in January, mainly due to debt payments with private bondholders.
The savings dollar or solidarity dollar -which includes 30% of the COUNTRY tax, and 35% on account of the Income Tax- climbed 17 cents to $180.20.
The selling positions of the dollar in the wholesale segment ended at $103.84, seven cents above the closing of the previous session.
In the week, the wholesale exchange rate accumulates a rise of 56 cents compared to last Friday’s close, so it is heading to register a monthly rise of more than 2%, something that has not happened since March 2021.
In the financial segment of the exchange rate, the “contado con liqui” (CCL) fell 0.6% to $206.55, with which the gap fell to 98.9%.
For its part, the MEP dollar fell 0.6% to $201.99, which brings the spread with the official to 94.5%.
The blue dollar remains stable on January 14, 2022 after reaching its new all-time high, according to a survey by Ámbito in the Black Market of Currencies.
In a week with quite a bit of volatility, the informal dollar is trading at $209.50 and remains at an all-time high. Therefore, the spread with the wholesale exchange rate, which is regulated by the Central Bank (BCRA) is 101.73%.
In December, the parallel dollar advanced 3.2% ($6.50), against monthly inflation that the market estimated at 3.4% according to the latest BCRA REM.
Likewise, in the accumulated of 2021 it had an increase of 25.3% ($42), almost half with respect to the expected inflation of the period. However, it is worth remembering that in 2020 it had shown a sharp jump of 111%.
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Source From: Ambito