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Dollar today: how much it closed at this Friday, February 23

Dollar today: how much it closed at this Friday, February 23
February 26, 2024 – 16:02

Look at how much the blue dollar, official dollar, MEP dollar and the CCL dollar traded at.

Ignacio Petunchi

He official dollar-without taxes- closed at $826.11 for the buys already $885.40 for the sale. In turn, the dollar bill in it National Bank raise $2 and trade $819.50 for the buys already $859.50 for the sale.

In the informal square, the Dolar blue moved away from $1,100according to a survey of Ambit in the caves of the city.

He Central Bank (BCRA) bought US$73 million this Monday and since the beginning of the month It has already acquired US$2,253 million. Meanwhile, the Reserves rose US$11 million to US$27,488 million.

How much was the official dollar quoted at today, Monday, February 26

In the official exchange market, the wholesale dollar reached the $840.60 by increasing $1,870 compared to Friday’s close.

How much did the blue dollar operate at today, Monday, February 26

He Dolar blue was negotiated to $1,050 for the buys already $1,080 for the saleaccording to a survey of Ambit in the caves of the City.

How much the MEP dollar was sold for today, Monday, February 26

He MEP dollar operates at $1,044.47. Thus, the spread With the official exchange rate it is positioned at 24.3%.

Value of the CCL dollar today, Monday, February 26

He dollar Cash with Settlement (CCL) mark the $1,091.76. In that way, the gap of this exchange rate with the official one stands at 29.9%.

Price of the dollar card today, Monday, February 26

He dollar card or touristand the dollar savings (either solidary) closed at $1,375.20.

Quote of the crypto dollar today, Monday, February 26

He crypto dollar or Bitcoin dollar operates at $1,065.10according to Bitso.

Source: Ambito

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