International reserves rose to $44.7 billion

The BCRA’s International Reserves rose Monday to $52 million and $43.7 billion. The tourist dollar -which carries the 30% surcharge for the Country Tax- rose 16 cents this Monday to 87.07 pesos. In the Single and Free Market (MULC), the currency rose eight cents to 64.99 pesos. The Liquidation Counted Dollar (CCL) – obtained from the purchase and sale of shares or bonds – rose 1.65 pesos to 90.78. Therefore, the gap with the wholesaler was 39.6%.

Source: Ámbito