Thus, the gap with the official wholesale exchange rate stood at 107.1%.
The informal dollar accumulates like this eight consecutive raises, with a increase of $25 since last Friday, January 6.
The jump of the currency in the informal market responds, according to operators, to the increased demand from savers for tourism, but also as a hedge, in a context of excess liquidity in pesos that accentuates this trend. In turn, the offer is limited after the Central Bank enabled the MEP exchange rate for foreign tourists to settle.
Price of the blue dollar in the year
so far 2023the blue dollar accumulates a rise of $32 after closing 2022 at $346.
In 2022, the informal dollar advanced $138 (+66.4%) after closing 2021 at $208.
During 2021, the Dolar blue registered an increase of 25.3% ($42), half compared to the inflation of the period (50.9%). However, it is worth remembering that in 2020 it had shown a sharp jump of 111% (compared to inflation of 36%).
It should be remembered that the informal dollar rose $2 in October (+0.7%) after falling in September, registering a drop of $2 (-0.7%). Let us remember that in August it had yielded $6 (-2%).
In the seventh month of the year, the The parallel dollar had climbed $58 (+24.4%), which represents its biggest monthly advance of the year to date.
Previously, it had risen $31 (+15%) in June, after rising $6.50 (+3.2%) in May.
The parallel dollar rose 50 cents in April, and lost $11 in March, its worst performance in 14 months. Last February, it fell $6.50 (-3%), after rising $5 or 2.4% in January.
What is the blue dollar?
The value of Dolar blue it has a substantial difference with the official dollar, which is purchased in banks and has an established price. Its sale is in the informal market, without regulations or limits, and for this reason it is generally operated at a higher value than the official dollar.
Why is it called a blue dollar?
It is not clear the origin of Dolar blue as a name for the ticket operation in the informal market. But there are theories.
An explanation of its name indicates that it is called that way because in English, “blue”, in addition to naming the color blue, refers to something “dark”.
Another theory relates it to purchase operations through bonds or shares of companies known as “blue chips.” They also link it to the approximate color that appears when a fiber is applied to detect counterfeit bills.
Qatar dollar price, Tuesday, January 17, 2023
The new qatar dollar -which includes 30% of the COUNTRY tax, 45% deductible from Income Tax and Personal Property TaxY a new perception of 25% on account of Personal Assets- rose 54 cents and closed at $379.48.
This exchange rate applies to Consumption abroad with debit and credit cards over US$300 per month.
Price of the tourist dollar or card dollar, Tuesday, January 17, 2023
The tourist dollar or card -retailer plus COUNTRY Tax, and a perception of 45% deductible from Income Tax and Personal Property Tax for consumption with cards abroad of up to US$300 per month- rose 47 cents and traded at $332.05.
Savings dollar price, Tuesday, January 17, 2023
The dollar savings or solidarity dollar-which includes 30% of the tax COUNTRY and 35% deductible from Income Tax and Personal Assets- grew 45 cents and ended at $313.07.
Price of the wholesale dollar, Tuesday, January 17, 2023
The wholesale dollar, that directly regulates the BCRA, it appreciated 30 cents to $182.50.
Price of the CCL dollar, Tuesday, January 17, 2023
The dollar Cash with Settlement (CCL) $4.59 becomes more expensive and trades $360.97. So, the gap with the wholesaler reaches the 97.8%.
MEP dollar price, Tuesday, January 17, 2023
In turn, the MEP dollar $4.30 appreciates and trades at $348.33. The gap with the wholesaler reaches the 90.9%.
Price of the crypto dollar, Tuesday, January 17, 2023
The Crypto dollar or Bitcoin dollar up 0.5% until the $357.59, based on the average among local exchanges reported by Coinmonitor.
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