In a hot week for prices, the CCL closed at $333.47 and the MEP at $317.71;  what happened to the
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The official dollar closed this Friday at an average of $170.22 for sale, with an increase of 33 cents compared to Thursday and a rise of $2.45 throughout the week, equivalent to an increase of 1.46% compared to to last Friday.

In the stock market, the dollar counted with liquidation (CCL) reflected a decline of 0.4%, to $333.47, and the MEP it rose 1.2% to $317.71 in the final leg of a hot week, where both shot up.

Meanwhile, in the informal segment, the so-called Dolar blue” marked a decrease of one peso, to $306 per unit, with which in the last five days it accumulated an increase of $13.

In a hot week for prices, the CCL closed at $333.47 and the MEP at $317.71; what happened to the “exam” that Economy gave Grustock – Shutterstock

In the wholesale market, the price of the US currency marked a rise of 40 cents compared to its last closing, at $163.18, while in the week it accumulated an increase of $2.48 (1.54%).

Thus, the dollar with the 30% surcharge – contemplated in the Country tax – marked 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 destined for tourism abroad -and which has a rate of 45%- was located at $297.88, while for purchases over US$ 300 -and which has an additional tax of 25%-, it was located at $340.44.

Sources from the city of Buenos Aires pointed out that the monetary authority ended its participation this Friday with a negative balance of around US$ 50 million to meet market demand.

“In the month, the BCRA accumulated a red of US$ 950 million,” said Gustavo Quintana, an analyst at PR Corredores de Cambio.

The volume traded in the spot segment was US$228 million, in the futures sector of the Mercado Abierto Electrónico (MAE) operations were registered for US$65 million and in the Rofex futures market US$468 million.

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