Argentine central bank issues ‘Leliq’ bills with stable rates: operators

BUENOS AIRES, Nov 11 (Reuters) – Argentina’s central bank (BCRA) raised 196,982 million pesos (about 1,966 million dollars) in Liquidity Letters (‘Leliq’) on Thursday at a stable 38% annually, traders said.

The transactions were carried out at the usual term of 28 days, with a contraction of 16,877 million pesos, before maturities of 180,052 million pesos.

– See data in ric

– Exchange rate: 1 dollar = 100.21 pesos (Report by Jorge Otaola; Edited by Walter Bianchi)

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