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Euro today and Euro blue today: how much it closed at this Friday, January 26

Euro today and Euro blue today: how much it closed at this Friday, January 26

Look at how much the official euro and the blue euro trade at.

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He euro today -without taxes- closed at $879 for purchase and $949 for sale, according to the average of the main banks in the financial system, which reveals the central bank (BCRA).

Regarding the price on the black currency market, the euro blue is negotiated in the $1,271.91 for purchase and $1,326.26 for sale, according to caves surveyed by Ambit.

Countries that use the European currency as currency are: Germany, Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Slovakia, Slovenia, Estonia, Spain, Finland, France, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands and Portugal.

How much was the official dollar quoted at today, Friday, January 26

He wholesale dollar It was quoted at $823.50, that is, 50 cents above Thursday’s close.

How much did the blue dollar operate at today, Friday, January 26

He Dolar blue was negotiated in $1,170 for the buys already $1,220 for the saleaccording to a survey of Ambit in the caves of the City.

How much the MEP dollar was sold for today, Friday, January 26

He MEP dollar quotes at $1,188.48. Thus, the spread With the official exchange rate it stood at 44.3%.

Value of the CCL dollar today, Friday, January 26

He dollar Cash with Settlement (CCL) operated in $1,231.30. In that way, the gap of this exchange rate with the official one stood at 49.5%.

Price of the card dollar today, Friday, January 26

He dollar card or touristand the dollar savings (either solidary) marked the $1,348.40.

Crypto dollar quote today, Friday, January 26

He crypto dollar or Bitcoin dollar operates at $1,236.95, according to Bitso.

Source: Ambito

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