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how much is it trading for this Wednesday, February 28

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how much is it trading for this Wednesday, February 28

The blue dollar is trading at $1,081 this Wednesday, February 28.

In the city of Buenos Aires the blue dollar is trading at $1,070.

Meanwhile, the Central Bank reported this Tuesday the purchase of US$142 million, bringing reserves to US$27,556 million.

Historical value of the blue dollar in Córdoba

On Wednesday, January 23, it was quoted at $1,268, its maximum nominal value.

Price of the blue dollar today in Córdoba

In Córdoba, the blue dollar is trading at $1,053 for purchase and $1,081 for sale.

Blue and financial dollar quote

BLUE DOLLAR IN CÓRDOBA: $ 1,081 BLUE DOLLAR IN BUENOS AIRES: $ 1,070 OFFICIAL DOLLAR $ 860 STOCK DOLLAR $ 1,047.40 CASH WITH LIQUID $ 1,093 CRYPT DOLLAR $ 1,108 CARD DOLLAR $ 1,376

What are financial dollars: CCL and MEP

Financial dollars are those that can be purchased through financial operations.

On the one hand, the Cashed Dollar with Settlement (CCL), which is obtained by buying bonds in pesos and then selling that bond abroad, in exchange for dollars (an account in another country is needed).

While the MEP (or Stock Exchange) dollar is the one obtained with bonds in pesos, but in the country.

Currently, companies that need dollars must buy them on the stock market. For the treasury, it is “harmful tax planning.”

Movement in the banking area of ​​the city of Córdoba on the first business day after the presidential elections. (Ramiro Pereyra / The Voice)

What is the blue dollar

The “informal” version of the currency is called the blue dollar. It can be obtained outside the market, in caves and money changers who work without the control of the Central Bank.

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Its sale does not have a limit, as the savings dollar does, and it is generally considered a “thermometer” of the political and economic uncertainties that the country is experiencing.

As is known, the blue dollar usually has a higher price in inland cities, such as Córdoba, than in the country’s capital.

Sources familiar with the blue dollar affirm that it is a small market, which it is possible to influence with little money. Thus, in moments of tension, “helping hands” are called upon to lower the price.

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