The price of the retail dollar closed today at an average of $ 101.14, with a rise of four cents compared to yesterday’s closing, while the dollar counted with liquidation and the MEP advanced up to 1.1% in the stock market.

In the informal segment, the so-called “blue” dollar marked a decrease of three pesos, closing at an average of $ 170 per unit, thus ending a streak of several days of growth.

In the stock market, the dollar counted with settlement (CCL) rises 1.1%, to $ 166.67, and the MEP dollar marks a slight rise of 0.1%, at $ 162.98 per unit, in the tranche end of the wheel.

In the wholesale market, the price of the US currency traded up two cents compared to its last close, to average $ 95.72.

Thus, the dollar with the 30% surcharge -considered in the Country tax-, marked an average of $ 131.48 per unit; and with the advance on account of the Income Tax of 35% on the purchase of foreign currency, the average value was $ 166.88.

Market sources estimated that the monetary authority ended the day with a neutral balance due to its intervention in the wholesale segment. (Télam)

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