Dollar today | The blue overheats and jumps to $285: what about the financial dollars and the official?

The price of the informal dollar remained stable this Monday, but the financial exchange rates climbed. what about the officer

By Philip Mark

09/20/2022 – 12:00 p.m.

The foreign exchange market added a chapter of restrictions to operate and this time those affected were the exporters of the soybean dollar. Yesterday, the BCRA announced that “economic agents that have sold soybeans under the Export Increase Program will not be able to access the foreign exchange market for purchases of foreign currency, nor carry out operations with titles and securities with settlement in foreign currency”. However, the provision clarifies that “it does not apply to human beings.” In this context, the Dolar blue gains momentum by jumping eight pesos and is sold at $285 in the caves of downtown Buenos Aires, while the financial dollars operate with a downward trend.

For its part, in the stock market, the dollar counted with liquidation (CCL) is around $295.35, while the MEP (Electronic Payment Market) does so at $292.36.

In turn, the price of the official dollar starts the wheel at $151.11, with an increase of 18 cents compared to the day before. In the wholesale segment, the price of the US currency stands at an average of $144.67, with an increase of 30 cents compared to its last settlement.

How much is the blue dollar trading today

The blue dollar is trading at $285 to sell and $281 to buy.

How financial dollars operate

In the stock market, the dollar counted with liquidation (CCL) is around $295.35, while the MEP (Electronic Payment Market) does so at $292.36.

The blue dollar traded at $272 this Tuesday

The blue dollar traded at $277 this Monday.

What is the price of the official dollar

The price of the official dollar is trading at $151.11, with an increase of 18 cents compared to the day before.

In the wholesale segment, the price of the US currency stands at $144.67, with an increase of 30 cents compared to its last settlement.

Thus, the dollar with the 30% surcharge -contemplated in the PAÍS tax-, marks an average of $196.21 per unit, and with the advance payment on account of the Income Tax of 35% on the purchase of foreign currency, $ 249.03.

Meanwhile, the dollar destined for tourism abroad -and which has an aliquot of 45%- stands at $264.13.

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The bad inflation data generates pressure on the dollar

The exchange rate gap

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

  • Blue: 83%
  • LCC: 100%
  • MEP: 96%

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