In the same sense, the dollar MEP, also called the Dollar Exchange, -similar operation to that of the CCL but within the country- it advanced this Thursday by 1.6% to $ 107.24, after accumulating a drop of 6.7% ($ 7.18) in the sixth month of the year, a period in which it touched its lowest value since April ($ 100.53). Thus, the gap with the currency listed on the MULC stood at 51.9%.
Market sources told Ambit that it is “only a rearrangement” after deflating strongly in recent times, as some operators “begin to perceive it cheap in relation to the solidarity dollar, as it is very close, more considering the current monetary dynamics.”
The economist Gustavo Ber assured that the increase would also be related to “rumors about the modification of the ‘parking'”, especially after having deflated in recent times and even getting very close to the solidarity dollar.
The implicit exchange rates fell sharply in the sixth month of the year, due to the growing expectation for a debt agreement, and the entry into force of a series of measures by the National Securities Commission (CNV), which deepened the obstacles to the operation that allows to make dollars through businesses with assets. In addition, specialists point out that greater bets on the assets in pesos also influenced, taking advantage of the “weakness” of the stock market dollars.
He “tourist” dollar -which carries 30% of the COUNTRY tax- rose six cents to $ 96.43, in agencies and banks of the city of Buenos Aires, according to an average of Scope, because the retail dollar rose five cents to $ 74.18.
At Banco Nación, the ticket advanced to $ 73.75, while on the electronic channel it sold at $ 73.70.
In the Single and Free Exchange Market (MULC), the currency advanced six cents to $ 70.58, for the fourth consecutive time, coinciding with the Central Bank’s selling stance for today.
In a day that had the lowest turnover in the last three weeks (it was US $ 137 million), the North American currency operated with a slight tendency to take, but always lateralized in the reference value that the Central Bank sets daily in its usual sales stance.
Prices had a flat development throughout the wheel, always respecting the maximum value established by the control authority, for today at $ 70.58, six cents above that set for Wednesday.
The values were fixed throughout the session around the official sale price, in a context of low volume of operations and with punctual Central Bank participations to correct the shortages and absorb excess currencies.
On Friday, it will be a reduced day in New York for the July 4 holiday, a factor that may have an impact at the local level to generate another wheel with low turnover.
On Wednesday, International Gross Reserves fell $ 20 million to close at $ 43,223 million.
He blue dollar rose $ 1 to $ 129 and added its second rise of the week, after suffering its biggest daily fall in almost a month on Tuesday, according to a survey of Scope in caves of the Microcentro. The gap with the official, in this way, exceeds 80% and stands at 82.8%.
He parallel ticket rose $ 2 on Wednesday, after having yielded $ 3 on Tuesday, May 30 due to a greater need for pesos at the end of the month, at a time when companies -who can- must face the payment of the Christmas bonus, said market sources.
“June is always a month demanding pesos because of the Christmas bonus,” he told Ambit a money-changer, who also remarked that “some are probably anticipating sales operations on the eve of a more rigid quarantine, in which it will be more difficult to mobilize.”
The last sharp daily drop in the parallel had been recorded in early June, when it went from $ 128 to $ 124 (June 2).
Beyond that since the beginning of the mandatory quarantine decreed by the Government, the parallel ticket accumulates a jump of $ 43.50 (on March 20 it had closed at $ 85.50), During last June the price of the blue showed greater stability, operating in a range between $ 124 and $ 129, within the framework of greater controls in the official markets.
The Central Bank (BCRA) carried out the Auction of Liquidity Letters (Leliq) with a 28-day term, in which the annual monetary policy rate remained at 38%.
In the operation, the amount awarded was $ 125,000 million and both the maximum and minimum rates were 38% average.
In the ROFEX futures market, US $ 335 million were traded. The terms returned to operate downward, this time from October with falls of 0.5%. July ended with a rate of 33.35% and August at 37.49% TNA. End of the year with a closing at 86.55% (45.38% TNA). The positions totaled a sum of $ 3,893 million dollars.