The highest increases are registered by the shares of Banco Macro (11.4%), Cresud and Banco Galicia (8.9%) and Pampa Energía (8.5%).
Meanwhile, in the fixed income segment, bonds in dollars (quoted in pesos) fly up to 12.3%, such is the case of Bonar 2024. The Bonar 2020, likewise, rose 12.2% and the Discount under Argentine law, 7.8%, at a time when there was a surge in MEP and CCL dollars.
The Cash with Liquidation, in this sense, advances by 4.9% and exceeds $ 107, to settle at $ 107.25, so the exchange gap widens to 64.04%. Similarly, the MEP dollar -which arises from the purchase and sale of bonds on the Buenos Aires stock exchange- rises 4.7% to $ 105.86, because it leaves a spread of 61.91% with the price that is operated in the MULC (at $ 65.38).
Argentina will make a debt restructuring offer to its creditors “in the coming days,” President Alberto Fernández said over the weekend.
Argentina seeks to restructure nearly $ 70 billion in bonds with private creditors.
Yesterday, the country risk, measured by the JP.Morgan bank, rose 1.7% to 3,864 units, after reaching a value of 4,519 points in mid-March, its highest levels in 15 years.