BCRA’s International Reserves dropped $56 million

This Monday, the Central Bank of Argentina (BCRA) International Reserves fell $56 million to $44.3 billion. The fall is less than the previous days; last Friday $180 million had been lost, which rounded off a weekly decrease of almost $500 million. The wholesale dollar, which operates in the Single and Free Market (MULC), rose 14 cents to 63.04 pesos, or 0.2%. Due to strict exchange controls, the dollar slid slightly in the proportion set by the BCRA.

Source: Ámbito