The Liquidity Counted Dollar (CCL) registered its second consecutive increase, rising 2.6% on Monday to 105.27 pesos, the gap with the wholesaler was close to 60%. More pronounced was the advance of the dollar stock market, which rose 4.4% to 104.23 pesos, leaving a spread of 58% against the quote that operates in the MULC. In the marginal segment, meanwhile, the blue dollar closed stable at 105 pesos. In the Single and Free Market (MULC), the currency rose 12 cents to 65.98 pesos, a value set by the Central Bank. The ROFEX futures market traded $158 million. BCRA’s International Reserves closed at $43.82 billion.