Argentine shares on the New York Stock Exchange closed February with gains of up to 35.5%. The improvement occurs in a context of high volatility and relatively low business volumes. On Wall Street, Tenaris led the ranking with an improvement of 35.5%, followed by IRSA Propiedades Comerciales (20.9%); Take off (17.8%); YPF (16.2%); and Edenor (14.7%). On the contrary, the companies that closed with a negative result were Mercadolibre (-8%); Transportadora de Gas del Sur (-6%); Telecom Argentina (-7.7%); French Bank (-4.6%); Central Puerto (-4.4%); and Grupo Financiero Galicia (-2.6%). The Buenos Aires stock market accumulated an increase of 0.36% throughout the month. In the fixed income segment, US dollar bonds under foreign law lost about 5% in the month. In terms of debt in pesos, CER-adjustable securities fell -1.1% on average during the week, but in the monthly balance they rose 2.8%. The country risk reached 1,517 points and in February it rose 4.76%. Regarding the foreign exchange market, the official dollar price closed at an average of $ 95.12. In February it accumulated an increase of $ 2.42, equivalent to 2.61%. The dollar counted with settlement (CCL) registered a loss of 3.5%, and reached $ 145.32. The MEP dollar lost 4% and ended the month at $ 141.92. The Central Bank (BCRA) reported that, in January, sales of the so-called 'saving dollar' (the official dollar added to the PAIS tax of 30% and the withholding of Income Tax of 35%) fell 13% compared to December and totalled $ 137 million. Private estimates predict that, in February, the fall was greater, reaching 30%.