The S&P Merval dropped 1.1% to 32,387 units

Also conditioned by the decline of the ” cash with liquidation” (CCL) dollar, the S&P Merval index of Argentine Stock Exchanges and Markets (BYMA) fell by 1.1%, to 32,287 units, after the three main groups of bondholders that concentrate close to 50% of the holdings of the bonds that the government intends to restructure rejected the offer for the debt. Argentina’s country risk climbed 2.7% to 3,614 units as dollar bonds ended in negative territory, PARY plunged 8.6%.

Source: Ámbito