Argentina’s international reserves fall $22 mn, and dollar CCL rises 1.3%

The BCRA’s International Reserves fell by $22 million to $43.87 billion. The cash dollar (CCL) rose 1.37 pesos, 1.3%, to 108.79 pesos; therefore, the exchange rate gap was 65.8%. The MEP dollar, which arises from the purchase and sale of bonds in the Buenos Aires stock exchange, rose by 2.06 pesos, 1.9%, to 108.32 pesos, leaving a spread of 65.1% leaving a spread of 65.1% with the price operated in the Single Market and Free Exchange (MULC).

Source: Ámbito