On the second day of the week, the blue dollar rises again in its value after a Monday of calm in the markets due to the announcements of the Minister of Economy, Silvina Batakis.

In Córdoba, the informal currency was sold at $273, while in Buenos Aires it was priced at $270. Since the beginning of July, the blue dollar has risen about 34 pesos.

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The official dollar closed at $134.88, with a rise of 22 cents compared to the previous day. On the other hand, the stock market dollars -counted with liquidation and MEP- mark drops of up to 1.4%. Specifically, the dollar counted with settlement (CCL) fell 1.6%, to $296.18; while the MEP falls 1.1%, to $282.97, in the final section of the session.