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Exchange Rate Report: December 5, 2023 – How Different Dollars Closed in Argentina

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Exchange Rate Report: December 5, 2023 – How Different Dollars Closed in Argentina

Headline: Argentina’s Dollar Rates for December 5, 2023

On December 5, 2023, the official dollar rate, without taxes, closed at $360.37 for purchase and $380.37 for sale, according to the average of the main banks in the financial system carried out by the Banco Central (BCRA). The dollar bill at Banco Nación ended at $360 for purchase and $378 for sale. The blue dollar, the MEP dollar, and the CCL dollar also saw changes in their rates.

The Central Bank (BCRA) sold US$85 million in the exchange market, marking six days with negative balances in the last seven rounds.

The official dollar exchange rate saw a rise of $1.35 (+0.37%) to reach $362.45. Meanwhile, the MEP dollar was quoted at $918.63, with a spread of 153.5% with the official rate. The dollar “Cash with Settlement” operated at $893.16, with a spread of 146.4% with the official rate. The blue dollar closed at $880 for purchase and $930 for sale.

The dollar card or tourist, and the dollar savings, quoted at $969.94, following an increase in taxes on these exchange rates ordered by the Government. The crypto dollar, Bitcoin dollar, quoted at $926.15.

It is important for investors and tourists to stay updated on the fluctuating dollar rates in Argentina to make informed decisions about their financial transactions. Subscribe to access exclusive content and stay informed about the latest currency rates.

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