The blue dollar today reached another historical price peak: in Córdoba it is sold at $242, seven pesos more than at the close on Monday, and for purchase it is at $237; while in Buenos Aires it is available at $239. The increase is approximately 16%.
At the same time. The wholesale dollar rose 17 cents this Tuesday and stood at $124.88, so the gap between that official price and the free dollar is now 90%.
The financial dollars also traded higher: the cash with settlement rose to $249.25 and the MEP or Stock Exchange, to $241.96. For its part, in the retail market, the North American currency was sold at an average of $129.75, while the savings or solidarity version was quoted at $214.09.