Sharp drop in the blue dollar amid versions of Cabinet changes • Canal C

The blue dollar loses $11 and sells for $315 in the parallel market, as financial prices deflate amid growing rumors of various changes in the National Cabinet. The markets are also reacting positively.

While the wholesale dollar is operating at $131.12, the gap with blue stands at 14%, having climbed 160% on Friday last week, its highest in 40 years. In the month-to-date, the informal dollar accumulates an increase of $77, which implies an increase of almost 35%.

As for the financial quotations, they recorded sharp declines: the treasury with liquidation operates at 310.57 dollars (nearly 20 dollars less than in the previous round) and the Bourse or MEP, at 305.42 dollars (it had closed at $324.47 Wednesday).

For its part, the retail dollar sells on average at $138.97, the savings at $226.46 and the tourist at $240.74.

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