International reserves fall $979 mn in May and BCRA imposes restrictions on the dollar

As of today, savers who want to acquire the 200 dollars per month allowed by the Central Bank must present a sworn statement in which they will state that they have not operated in cash with liquidation or MEP in the last ninety days. They must also commit not to carry out this type of operation for the following 90 calendar days. It implies an acknowledgement that there are no dollars, and the reserves are minimal. According to official data, international reserves ended May at $42.59 billion, accumulating in May a drop of $979 million.

Source: Ámbito