The attack suffered by Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner generated the immediate rejection of numerous business groups, such as the Argentine Industrial Union, which condemned what happened: “We Argentine industrialists ratify our commitment to peace, dialogue and basic consensus that will allow the country to move forward. That is why we call on all sectors of society to put an end to antinomies and to maintain debates within the framework of democracy”.
The Central bank informed through an official communication that “Bank branches across the country will not open today for customer service”. This clears the doubts of the inhabitants of Mendoza and Jujuy, the only two provinces that did not abide by the national holiday ordered by the President after the attempted attack against the vice president. Anyway, yes, ATMs and home banking will be enabled.
The National Securities Commission issued a statement that establishes that this Friday, September 2 “There will be no activity in the authorized markets or in the common investment funds”. This is a measure in line with the holiday arranged for today by the President after the attempted attack against the vice president.
The surprise holiday announced yesterday around midnight by the President due to the failed attack against the vice president will not be observed by the province of Mendoza. “Today we must work normally, which is the best way to repudiate any expression of violence and adherence to social peace”they maintain in the statement where they also repudiate “the very serious event experienced yesterday.”
After the declaration of a national holiday due to the attempted attack on the vice president, the City of Buenos Aires today published the status of hospitals and other services:
Thursday’s session was marked by a decline in the blue dollar, and the so-called financial dollars, the MEP and the CCL, accompanied this trend. The MEP dollar fell almost three pesos to settle at $281while the spot dollar with liquidation fell sharply from $310.69 for sale to its current $288.74.
The money that the State collects through taxes amounted to $1,731,319.5 million last month. This number marks a 72.2% growth in year-on-year terms, but it could still be about four points below the inflation that –it is estimated– accumulated in the last 12 months up to August. If this is confirmed, it would cut off a virtuous walk for 23 months.
The new review of the amount of pensions provided for by the Mobility Law meant a rise of 15.53 percent for pensioners. For this reason, starting this month minimum retirement will go from $37,525 to $50,353; for those who receive the amount corresponding to two minimum pensions assets will increase to $90,705.
Just hours before a man shot her in the face with a gun, the vice president had met in the National Senate with executives from the state oil company YPF and its Malaysian counterpart Petronas, who announced an alliance to build an LNG plant In our country. Cristina Fernandez celebrated on his Twitter account the investment of 10,000 million dollars demanded by the project, vital to modify the country’s energy situation.
The attempted attack suffered by Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner led the President to declare an unexpected national holiday this September 2. As reported by the banking entities, they will comply with the decree and the offices will not work. Instead, yes you can withdraw money from ATMsas is often the case on national holidays.
From September 1, you can access the purchase of the savings dollar for a total of US$200 and It is done through home banking. To find out if you are enabled, you must complete the Negative Certification through the ANSES website.
To apply this action, a procedure must be carried out online through this website or in person at the Anses offices:
Agro-exports made a record foreign exchange income in August, which represents a relief for the Government. According to the Chamber of the Oil Industry and the Cereal Exporters Center (Ciara-CEC), last month 3,387,888,431 dollars arrived in the country from sales abroad of grains and by-products. This represents 5% more than the July record.
On Thursday, as reported by LA NACION, the blue dollar managed to pierce a barrier and marked the lowest value since the beginning of August. At noon, the small trees and caves of the city of Buenos Aires offered US bills at $289, $1 less than on Wednesday, which in percentage would mark a decrease of -0.3%.
Here is a review of each of the different types of dollar that coexist in Argentina:
-Dolar blue: $285.
-Dollar MEP: $281.