The stock of debt indexed to the dollar already amounts to u$s557 million so far this year, of which $472 million were closed in the last 40 days. This reflects the interest of issuers and investors. At the moment, there is idle liquidity and particularly voracious appetite of investors, but the problem is that when it devalues, that indexed debt is not going to be worth what it is now. It starts to be worthless because the exchange rate adjustment is over, the price goes up because of the devaluation and the next day the holders go out and sell it. This ends up complicating the BCRA, which today would already have sold positions for more than $4 billion.