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Dollar MEP and CCL register their fourth decline in 5 wheels and are on their way to their first weekly decline in a month

Dollar MEP and CCL register their fourth decline in 5 wheels and are on their way to their first weekly decline in a month

Financial dollars register their fourth decline in five days this Friday May 10 and are on track for their first weekly decline in a month, in the midst of the market’s attention on the treatment in Congress of the ambitious government plan of libertarian President Javier Milei in search of deregulating the economy.

He CCL dollar gives up 0.3% to $1,080.54so the gap with the official is located in the 22.4%.

For its part, The MEP dollar falls 0.4% at $1,041.75 and the spread with the official is positioned at 18.1%.

In the informal square, in turn, the blue dollar falls $5 to $1,045according to a survey of Ambit in caves of the City.

Within the framework of the debate in committee in the Senate, where the ruling party seeks to obtain an opinion to debate the Bases law and the fiscal package in the Upper House, it was decided to call a interim quarter until next week, opening the possibility of obtaining favorable support. “In the medium term, if lower inflation is achieved, and economic policy allows for greater private activity, the necessary conditions would be met for sustainable economic growth, which would be supported by more bank financing,” said Jorge Day of the Mediterranean Foundation. .

The Bases law and the fiscal package promoted by the ruling party aim to deregulate the economy, open the market and change the rules of the game in fiscal matters to promote investments.

In the exchange market, activity remained stable under an operation controlled by the Central Bank (BCRA), with a rigid devaluation policy of 2% monthly.

“The expectation of devaluation is contained with the ‘stock’ (‘crawling peg’ at 2% in the official and cross controls plus 20% of exports in the ‘cash with settlement'”, said consulting firm EcoGo.

The day before, the BCRA placed 1,709 million dollars in its seventh ‘Bopreal’ bond tender intended to settle debts with importers and that can be used by legal entities that would like to distribute profits and/or dividends to non-resident shareholders. “Offers were received for 69 million dollars in nominal value from companies with debts for imports and 1,640 million for transfer of profits,” the BCRA reported.

How much is the official dollar trading at today, Friday, May 10

In the Single Foreign Exchange Market, the wholesale dollar rises 50 cents (+0.06%) to $882.50.

Meanwhile, the official retail dollar -without taxes- It operates at $866.46 for purchase and $924.06 for sale this Thursday, May 9. In turn, at Banco Nación it is quoted at $861.50 for purchase and $901.50 for sale.

How much is the MEP dollar trading at today, Friday, May 10

He MEP dollar gives way 0.2% in $1,044.44 and The spread with the official one stands at 18.4%.

Value of the CCL dollar today, Friday, May 10

He dollar Cash with Settlement (CCL) decreases 0.1% to $1,083.13, Therefore, the gap with the official figure is 22.7%.

Price of the card dollar today, Friday, May 10

He dollar card or touristand the dollar savings (either solidary) it is located in $1,442.40.

Quote of the crypto dollar today, Friday, May 10

He crypto dollar or Bitcoin dollar operates at $1,070, according to Bitso.

Source: Ambito

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