Price of the dollar continues to rise, already hits ¢600 at banks

The price of the dollar exchange continues to rise and the sale value at state banks close to ¢600, it is above that at some of the private banks.
The exchange rate is close to the ¢600 at state banks, over at some private
This morning, the Banco Central de Costa Rica (BCCR) – Central Bank – set the sell rate at ¢596.18 colones per one US dollar, this morning, the Banco de Costa Rica (BCR) and the Banco Nacional (BN) have not changed their rates set yesterday, ¢598.50 and ¢598, respectively.  The Banco Popular has also maintained the ¢598 rate.
Over at the private banks, Scotiabank is holding the sell rate at ¢598, while BAC and Davivienda hold at ¢599. Crossing the ¢600 is the Banco CMB

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