This Tuesday, the blue dollar closed in Córdoba at $391 for purchase and $398 for sale, reaching its historical maximum and doubling the increase it had on Monday. For their part, the financial and official dollars continued with an upward trend.
The blue dollar climbed eight pesos this Tuesday, widening the gap with the official value. This increase was added to the three pesos that had risen on Monday in the exchange houses.
While the dollar counted with liquidation (CCL) was located at $401 and the MEP did so at $387.
The historical maximum of the currency was marked last Friday, January 27, when it reached $390 in Buenos Aires, but on March 21, it reached $394 in Buenos Aires and $398 in Córdoba, the highest nominal increase.
So far this year, the blue dollar has risen by more than 35 pesos, while the Central Bank deals with new losses.
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