The blue dollar remained at its highest level in ten days this Friday, November 11. During this week the parallel currency accumulated a rise of $4 and closed at $293. This Friday it rose $1 and, in this way, reached its highest level in thirteen days. With this new update, the gap between the informal dollar and the wholesale official exchange rate reached 82.2%.
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In the past week, the blue dollar fell 1% or $3 pesos, and it is the first drop in a month. The other three weeks added up $15. The parallel currency was rising very slowly: on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday it rose $1 each day, on Thursday it remained stable and this Friday it rose $1.