Once again, the blue dollar is stepping closer to its all-time record, recorded in July of this year, through which it reached $338. The currency run derived from the political crisis within the national economic cabinet caused the US currency to skyrocket, but then it gradually fell again.

Now, with the holidays approaching and in the midst of typical year-end expenses, the dollar continues a sustained week of rises: this Thursday it is trading between $333 and $334 in Córdoba capital for sale, while in Cuevas Buenos Aires it is at about $330.

This implies more than ten weights of increase in just one week. It should be remembered that in November the blue dollar rose $24 on average.

Financial analysts point out that the measures of the national government, such as the soybean dollar that is valid until December 31, and the drop in inflation last month, not enough. In the words of the economist Julieta Colella, one of the reasons behind this increase is the payment of the Complementary Annual Salary (bonus): “Once the bonus is collected and as liquidity in the market is greater, we do not rule out new increases”, explained.

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