The tourist dollar climbed to a record of 86.37 pesos

The tourist dollar (which carries a 30% surcharge for the Country Tax) rose this Friday 40 cents to 86.37 pesos. The official retail price rose 31 cents to 66.44 pesos. In the wholesale market, the U.S. currency appreciated to 64.41 pesos. The blue dollar fell to 83.5 pesos. The Cash with Liquidation (CCL) – which is obtained from the purchase and sale of shares or bonds – closed at 86.49 pesos, so the gap with the wholesale dollar widened to 34.3%. BCRA’s International Reserves fell this Friday $131 million to $43.735 million

Source: Ámbito