The blue dollar started the last round of the week at $ 132, after adding $ 4 between Wednesday and Thursday and after collapsing $ 8 on Tuesday when the agreement between the government and creditors was known.
Wholesale dollars amounted to 7 cents and were placed at $ 72.77 per unit, a price at which the central bank (BCRA) placed its value of $ 50 million in MULC.
Yesterday, financial prices again climbed sharply up to 4%, far from the 6% drop they showed on the day of the agreement’s announcement.
Retail sales remained unchanged at $ 76.75 on Banco Nación (BNA) screens.
So far this week The central bank has already sold about $ 200 million to fill the shortage of real supply in the market, according to private estimates.
Market analysts had warned that the effect of the case shown by the parallel on Tuesday would be in the short term if the government does not take measures that enable progress on the instabilities that the economy shows after the pandemic.