Central Bank International Reserves (BCRA) accumulated a loss of $835 million in one week

The tourist dollar, which carries the 30% surcharge for the Country Tax, rose 17 cents to 85.27 pesos in agencies and banks in the city of Buenos Aires, while the blue, sank 4.2% to 85.50 pesos. The Central Bank (BCRA) held today the auction of Liquidity Letters (Leliq) at 28 days, which closed with an annual monetary policy rate of 38%. The ROFEX futures market traded 464 million dollars. Finally, the BCRA’s International Reserves fell this Thursday to $88 million to $43.950 million, so the monetary authority’s coffers accumulated a loss of $835 million in the last seven days.

Source: Ámbito