Dollar today: how much it operates at this Monday, December 11

Dollar today: how much it operates at this Monday, December 11
December 11, 2023 – 00:00

Look at how much the savings dollar, the card dollar and the tourist dollar traded in Argentina, according to the Central Bank average. I also found out how much the dollar bill was quoted at Banco Nación, and the blue dollar, the MEP dollar, and the CCL dollar.

Ignacio Petunchi

He official dollar-without taxes- operates this Monday, December 11 at $370.97for the buys already $390.97 for sale, according to the average of the main banks in the financial system carried out by the central bank (BCRA). In turn, the dollar bill in it National Bank ended at $382.50 for the buys and $400.50 for the sale.

Meanwhile, the Dolar blue operates around the $1,000according to a survey of Ambit in the caves of the City.

For his part, the BCRA sold reserves by sixth wheel in a rowby assisting with US$119 million the needs of the exchange market. In that way, the weekly negative balance reached the US$377 million.

How much does the official dollar trade at today, Monday, December 11

He wholesale dollar rose $21.30 cents to $385. It is worth remembering that on Wednesday, November 15, the Government resumed the crawling pegwhich involves making daily microdevaluations in the official exchange rate.

How much is the MEP dollar sold for today, Monday, December 11

He MEP dollar quoted to $986.37 (+5.3%) and the spread with the official dollar it positioned itself 156.2%.

Value of the CCL dollar today, Monday, December 11

The dollar “Cash with Settlement” quoted to $991.83. In that way, the spread with the officer he positioned himself in the 157.6%.

Price of the card dollar today, Monday, December 11

He dollar card or touristand the dollar savings (or supportive) climbed up $1,021.28after the Government ordered an increase in taxes on these exchange rates.

Quote of the crypto dollar today, Monday, December 11

He crypto dollar or Bitcoin dollar quotes at $963.02according to Bitso.

Source: Ambito

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