The blue dollar crowned the longest streak without rises in the last 3 months

The blue dollar crowned the longest streak without rises in the last 3 months

He dollar blue closed this Wednesday, September 6 at $720 and dropped $10 in three days, lows in more than two weeks, according to a survey of Ambit in the caves of the City.

The Parallel Currency he dropped another $5 and capped 6 days without raising, the most days in a row since June 9 when he completed 5 wheels with no breakthroughs. From its all-time high of $795 on August 16 (almost a month), it falls 9.4% ($75).

Meanwhile, the gap with the official exchange rate it stood at 105.7%, the lowest level in 12 days, after touching on August 16 an intraday annual record of 127.1%, its highest level since July 2022 bullfight (139.3%).

This happened after having closed a strongly bullish August, a month in which it rose $185 or 33.6%, the most important monthly increase since April 2020 (41.3%).

How much does the blue dollar rise in the year

So far in 2023, the Dolar blue accumulate a go up from $379 after closing 2022 at $346.

It should be noted that in January the casual dollar it advanced $35 (+10.1%), while in February it accumulated a fall of $6 (-1.6%). In March it registered an increase of $20 (+5.3%), in April, it rose $74 (+18.73%) and during May it climbed $21 (+4.5%). In turn, in June it increased $4 (+0.8%), while in July it climbed $53 (+11.3%).

In 2022, it advanced $138 (+66.4%) after closing 2021 at $208.

How much is the dollar trading today, Wednesday September 6

The wholesale dollar remains at $350.5, a value that the BCRA seeks to maintain until October.

Meanwhile, the Qatar dollar -which includes 30% of the COUNTRY tax, 45% deductible from Income Tax and Personal Assets, and a new collection of 5% on account of Personal Assets- is trading at $660.60 This Wednesday , the gap with the blue dollar is the lowest in almost ten days at $64.38.

In mid-August, the Federal Administration of Public Revenues (AFIP) ordered a reduction from 25% to 5% in the collection of Personal Assets that is applied to consumption abroad with debit and credit cards over US$300. monthly per person. Thus, this month, the so-called Qatar dollar ceased to be the most expensive exchange rate on the market.

How much does the MEP dollar trade today, Wednesday, September 6

The MEP dollar operates at $679.91. Thus, the gap with the official reaches 94.24%.

The price of the CCL dollar today, Wednesday, September 6

For its part, the dollar “Cash with Liquidation” (CCL) crumbles to $771.05 Thus, the spread with the official stands at 120.27%.

Price of the tourist dollar today, Wednesday, September 6

The tourist dollar or card, and savings (or solidarity) dollar -which include 30% of the COUNTRY Tax + 45% of the Earnings Perception- closed at $642.27.

Source: Ambito

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