Argentine central bank issues ‘Leliq’ bills with a 40% rate: operators

BUENOS AIRES, Jan 27 (Reuters) – Argentina’s central bank (BCRA) allocated 260.62 billion pesos, some 2.488 million dollars, in Liquidity Letters (‘Leliq’) at a stable rate of 40% per year on Thursday, they said. operators.

They added that the transactions were carried out with a 28-day term, with a contraction of 73,693 million pesos compared to maturities of 186,871 million.

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– Exchange rate: 1 dollar = 104.77 pesos (Reporting by Walter Bianchi; Editing by Hernán Nessi)

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