The dollar “blue” takes pulse, and goes up to 11.90 pesos


The pause in the unstoppable rise of the dollar blue lasted just one day, as the price of the currency back on track towards the 12 pesos to $ 11.80 for purchase and $ 11.90 for the average marginal market sale.

The official peso was devalued five cents, as it traded at $ 6.85 for purchase and $ 6.90 for the average selling at banks and exchange, with a devaluation of 0.73 percent.

Unable to stop the rise of the dollar “blue”, the Government changed the strategy and went to link the parallel market with the “money laundering and drug trafficking,” as denounced by the Cabinet Chief Jorge Capitanich.

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