Blue dollar today: how much is it trading for this Monday, June 13

The Dolar blue starts this Monday, June 13 at $207 for the purchase and $210 for sale In Buenos Aires city. In the previous week, raised $5.

Thus, the gap with the wholesaler, which is quoted at $121.79, stands at 72.43%.

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The blue dollar is almost at the same level as the official official dollar, after several days of being the cheapest option on the market, and continues far from the maximum price of 2022, which was seen in late January, when it briefly traded above $223. Then began to decompress with the understanding with the IMF.

The price of the blue dollar in the last 30 days

So far in June, the blue showed ups and downs and it moved between $205 and $210.

Meanwhile, in Maythe price of the blue dollar added $6.50 and touched a peak of $208 -the same level at which it had closed 2021- after the publication of the April inflation data. He then went back and ended the month at $207.

from tip to tip aprilthe blue dollar went up just 50 cents (0.25%). However, it marked lows of $195 and highs of $212.50 in a month characterized by exchange rate volatility.

In March, the price was down $11, after gaining $2 in February and $5 in the first month of the year.

The price of the blue dollar in 2021

Throughout 2021, added $42 or 25.3%well below inflation for the same period, which accumulated 50.9%.

the blue dollar deflated during the first trimester of 2021: It started the year at $165, but in early April it hit the bottom of $139.

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On June 24 he again broke the $170 ceiling. At the end of July, she went through another one: the $180. Except for brief intervals, the rest of the year remained above these levels.

In August, the blue price remained relatively calm and moved between $178 and $183. In the days before the legislative PASO elections on September 12, the price climbed again and reached $186.50. It remained around that value until the first weeks of October.

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Towards the end of October, the blue dollar returned to touch its maximum nominal value, of $195, and days before the elections of November marked $207. During the first weeks of December, the price spiked to $195.50. However, it picked up momentum over the end of the year, when it briefly traded at $210, to close 2021 at $208.

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