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Blue dollar today: how much is it trading at this Thursday, June 6

Blue dollar today: how much is it trading at this Thursday, June 6

He blue dollar fell for the first time in the month and closed to $1,220 for purchase and $1,250 for sale, according to a survey of Ambit in the caves of the City.

The parallel currency fell $15 (-1.2%), after rising $40 (+3.3%) between Monday and Tuesday. Consequently, the gap with the official drilled 40%, and stood at 39.1%.

The market remained expectant regarding what happens with the Law Bases and the tax package in it Congress. If approved, the dollar could change its recent trend now which would involve a confidence injection in government management.

How much is the official dollar trading at today, Thursday, June 6

In the official exchange market, the wholesale dollar rose $1.50 and is trading at $898.50.

How much does the future dollar trade at today, Thursday, June 6

In future dollar contracts, the price for end of june fell 0.2% to $922.50, while it stops end of july advanced 0.2% to $963. For end of august rose 0.7% to $1,013.50 and to September climbed 1.6% to $1,063.50. Meanwhile, the contracts for the end of the year rose 1.5% to $1,236.

How much is the MEP dollar trading at today, Thursday, June 6

He MEP dollar yields 0.3% to $1,276.75, Therefore, the gap with the official decreases to 42.1%.

Value of the CCL dollar today, Thursday, June 6

He dollar Cash with Settlement (CCL) decreases 0.5% to $1,304.70 and the spread with the officer is located in the 45.2%

Price of the card dollar today, Thursday, June 6

He dollar card or touristand the dollar savings (either solidary) closed stable at $1,466.40.

Quote of the crypto dollar today, Thursday, June 6

He crypto dollar or Bitcoin dollar operates at $1,288.13according to Bitso.

Source: Ambito

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