dollar today | After the holiday, the blue trades at $306: what happens to the financial dollars

During the last sessions, the free dollars began to advance at a steady pace. Know how much all the quotes closed

By mark phillip

11/22/2022 – 12:13 p.m.

dollar today |  After the holiday, the blue trades at 6: what happens to the financial dollars

After the holiday on Monday, the so-called Dolar blue is trading unchanged at $306 per unit. Meanwhile, in the stock segment, the cash dollar with settlement (CCL) trades at $328.76, while the MEP (Electronic Payment Market) trades at $314.26.

The free dollars come from a successive series of days with a clear upward trend, pressured by the dangerous loss of BCRA reserves, the dollarization of financial portfolios and the galloping inflation that shows no signs of being controlled.

For its part, the official retail dollar sells for an average of $171.29, with a rise of $1.07 compared to Friday, the last business day.

In the wholesale market, the US currency stands at $164.70, with an increase of $1.52 compared to the last closing.

.The exchange peace was altered by the rises of the blue and the financial dollars.

The exchange peace was altered by the rises of the blue and the financial dollars.

How much is the blue dollar trading today?

The blue dollar operates at $306 for sale and $303 for purchase.

How financial dollars operate

In the stock market, the cash dollar with settlement (CCL) trades at $328.76, while the MEP (Electronic Payment Market) trades at $314.26.

What is the official dollar price

The official retail dollar sells for an average of $171.29, with a rise of $1.07 compared to Friday, the last business day.

In the wholesale market, the US currency stands at $164.70, with an increase of $1.52 compared to the last closing.

Thus, the dollar with the 30% surcharge – contemplated in the Country tax – marks an average of $221.29 per unit; and with the advance payment of 35% Income Tax on the purchase of foreign currency, the average value was $280.86.

The dollar allocated to tourism abroad -and which has a rate of 45%- stands at $297.88, while for purchases over u$s300 -and which has an additional tax of 25%-, it was located at $340.44.

The blue dollar traded at $289 this Friday

The blue dollar traded at $306 this Friday

The currency gap

Lastly, the exchange gap between the average retail dollar published by the BCRA and the different exchange rates is as follows:

  • Blue: 80%
  • CCL: 96%
  • MEP: 84%

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