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With less upward pressure from the peso’s devaluation and a number of positive signs in Argentina’s financial market, the price of the dollar has fallen for the third consecutive day.

After the dollar reached a record high of more

The Argentine peso depreciated by 1.8 percent today, with the average exchange rate clocking in at AR $39.69 per US dollar, according to a report the Central Bank (BCRA) led by Luis Caputo releases every day after the markets …

The Argentine peso continued its rout today, depreciating by 15.6 percent against the US dollar compared to Wednesday – when it depreciated by another seven percent – and with the exchange rate clocking in at AR $39.77 per US dollar.…

In another tumultuous day for the Argentine economy, the peso hit an all-time low of $31.60 to the dollar yesterday, with a record close of AR $31.50 wholesale and AR $32.06 retail to the American currency. To improve the situation, …

After a volatile day, the has dollar declined. According to the retail average prepared by the Central Bank, the public closing market price for the dollar sits at $30.38, with some banks listing it at $30.80. Compared to the …

Yesterday was a chaotic day for the Argentine foreign exchange market, which the exchange rate for the US dollar rising 3 percent to AR $30.68. This, after the price of the dollar in Argentine pesos has already skyrocketed an accumulated

Following last week’s foreign exchange volatility that took the peso to new lows against the US dollar and cost Federico Sturzenegger his job as head of the Central Bank on Thursday, newly-installed Central Bank President Luis Caputo has moved …

The Argentine Peso is at an all-time low today as it nearly surpassed the 28 mark,  on a day of celebration in the country, and less than a week after Argentina reached a stand-by agreement with the International