The blue dollar jumps again after two days down

The blue dollar rebounds this Tuesday after scoring two consecutive falls. The informal price of the North American currency climb $3 to $219, widening the gap with the wholesale official exchange rate to 76.9%.

The parallel ticket had reached its nominal record of $224 during the trading session on Tuesday last week. However, it could not sustain its price and in the following two days it closed lower, reaching $216 last Friday.

Despite the rise this Tuesday, the informal dollar still maintains a significant gap with respect to the financial dollars, which operate between $231 and $241.

Throughout last week, the blue dollar accumulated an increase of $6, its biggest advance in nearly two months. Likewise, so far in June it has risen $12, which represents its highest monthly advance in the year, after ending May at $207.

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By Geeke