International Reserves Up $43 Million

The tourist dollar – with a 30% surcharge for the Country Tax – fell 13 cents this Thursday to 86.46 pesos. In the Single and Free Market (MULC), the currency rose 19 cents to 64.72 pesos. The liquidation counted dollar (CCL) – obtained from the purchase and sale of shares or bonds – rose 89 cents to 88.81 pesos, widening the gap to 37.2%. The BCRA’s International Reserves rose this Thursday $43 million to $43.632 million.

Source: Ámbito