The blue dollar hit another jump and was trading at $ 139 pesos in the parallel market, given the exchange restrictions imposed by the Government.
So far this week, the rise is already 11 pesos and the gap with the official dollar is close to 95%.
Since the quarantine began, the blue accumulates a rise of $ 54.50 (on March 20 it stood at $ 85.50). The greater restrictions imposed by the Government made the currency have these jumps in recent times.
Meanwhile, the dollar of the Banco Nación was trading at $ 70.75 for the purchase and $ 75.75 for the sale.
Meanwhile, the Argentine country risk rose 0.30% to stand at 2,230 basis points, according to the index prepared by JP Morgan.