BCRA’s International Reserves falled again $66 mn on Wednesday

BCRA’s International Reserves rose to $43.28 billion after falling $66 million on Wednesday. The blue dollar operates on the 133 pesos record, amid increased pressure changed in the parallel square after the last hurdles to buying dollars on formal circuits the spread reached 97%. The dollar Counted with Liquidation (CCL) – which arises from the sale of bonds or shares in order to flee capital of the country – advanced to 125.76 pesos, bringing the gap with the official widened to 86.2%.
In turn, the MEP dollar or stock exchange – the same trade as the CCL but within Argentina – amounts 122.77 pesos, which leaves a spread of 81.8% compared to the currency operating in the official market.

Source: Ámbito