For its part, the MEP dollar -also valued with the Global 2030- rose 1.9% to $232.23, so the spread with the official exchange rate was 87.13%.
This week, the CCL dollar fell $6.91 in two days, while the MEP lost $7.15 in the same period.
The dollar today -without taxes- increased 10 cents this Thursday June 23 to $129.11 for sale, according to the average in the main entities of the financial system, while in the National Bank the ticket advanced 25 cents at $128.75 for sale.
The savings dollar or solidarity dollar-which includes 30% of the COUNTRY tax and 35% deductible of Earnings- rose 16 cents to $213.03 on average.
The wholesale dollar, which is directly regulated by the BCRA, rose 25 cents to $124.10, accelerating its upward march compared to last week.
The The Central Bank ended with a net selling balance of US$170 million this Thursday, due to the strong demand for foreign currency for energy imports, which required some US$160 million, according to market sources..
After two strong raises to the thread, the The blue dollar stopped its upward climb this Thursday, June 23, although it closed at its historical nominal record, while the gap ended for the second round above 80%according to a survey carried out by Ámbito in the Foreign Exchange Black Market.
The Parallel dollar ended unchanged, after jumping $8 between Tuesday and Wednesday, to match its nominal maximum, which had already been reached on Tuesday of last week.