The blue dollar fell this Wednesday, May 31, and the gap reached its lowest in 6 weeks, according to a survey by Ámbito in the caves of the City. Thus, during May, the illegal bill slowed down sharply and it was below the fixed term and inflation.
Thus, this last day of the month, the parallel dollar lost $3 and closed at $490 for sale. So, the gap stood at 104.6%, the lowest value in more than a month. On Monday, for its part, it fell $1, while on Tuesday it bounced $1.
In April, the greenback had climbed $74 (+18.73%)which implied that, during May, it slowed down 14.23 percentage points. The increase during these last 30 days was $21 or 4.5%.
The illegal bill moved in parallel to the MEP dollar or also called the stock dollar, which grew $19.90 or 4.5% in May. For its part, the CCL dollar rose $2.53 or 0.6%.
The monthly rise of the blue dollar was below what the fixed terms paid in May. It should be remembered that deposits of up to 30 million pesos made by individuals had a nominal annual rate (TNA) of 97% for 30-day deposits, which represented a monthly yield of 8.08%.
The illegal ticket also fell below inflation if the projections made by private consultants that established that the CPI will be around 9% are taken into account.
The greatest depreciation of the month was obtained by the official exchange rates, since the US currency rose 9.03% with the exception of wholesaler that rose with 7.6%.
How much does the blue dollar rise in the year
so far 2023the blue dollar accumulates a raise of $144, after closing 2022 at $346.
It should be noted that in In January, the informal dollar advanced $35 (+10.1%), while in February it accumulated a fall of $6 (-1.6%). In turn, in March it registered an increase of $20 (+5.3%). In April, it was up $74 (+18.73%).
In 2022, it advanced $138 (+66.4%) after closing 2021 at $208.
How much does the dollar operate today, Wednesday May 31
He qatar dollar -which includes 30% of the COUNTRY tax, 45% deductible from Income Tax and Personal Property Taxand a new perception of 25% on account of Personal Assets- rose $1.16 and it broke above $500 for the first time, closing at $500.74.
This exchange rate applies to consumption abroad with debit and credit cards over US$300 per month per person.
For his part, he savings dollar or solidarity dollar -which includes 30% COUNTRY tax and 35% deductible from Income Tax and Personal Assets- it advanced 96 cents to $413.11.
Meanwhile, the dollar wholesalerwhich is directly regulated by the BCRA, rose 65 cents to $239.50. Thus, throughout May, this exchange rate rose 7.6%, 1 percentage points above the final correction of last April, highlighting a certain acceleration in the rate of price adjustment.
So far this year, the US currency added an advance of 35.2%, far from the rise of the indices that reflect inflation.
How much does the tourist dollar operate at, Wednesday May 31
He tourist dollar or card -Retailer plus 30% of the COUNTRY Tax, and a perception of 45% deductible from the Income Tax and of Personal property for consumption with cards abroad up to $300 per month- escalated $1.02 to $438.15.
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.
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