According to official data presented by the Ministry of Economy, the primary deficit deepened in June and reached $ 242.9 billion, although if the collection generated by the wealth tax is considered, it is reduced to $ 153.2 billion. The national public sector income was $ 766.68 billion in the month, with a year-on-year increase of 90.3% compared to June 2020. Inflation (50.2% year-on-year), the recovery of economic activity and the comparison against a month very affected by the pandemic explain this increase. Meanwhile, primary spending grew by 40.1%, although if the 2020 increase associated with the coronavirus pandemic is excluded, the year-on-year increase is 68.9%. One of the items with the highest year-on-year increase is that of economic subsidies. Energy subsidies grew 103.7% internally and totaled $ 99.154 billion. For their part, transport subsidies rose 153.2% year-on-year. The public sector recorded $ 57.7 billion in debt interest payments. Thus, the financial deficit accumulated in the month was $ 207.947 billion. In addition, in just 13 business days during July, the Central Bank (BCRA) issued $ 220 billion to help the National Treasury to comply with its busy payment schedule. The total monetary injection between June 25 and July 15 climbed to $ 398 billion, although the real one fell to $ 235.4 billion. Thus, in the first half of July the monetary base has grown 11%, by about $ 295.4 billion. Some market operators agreed that this explained the rise in the price of financial dollars and especially the informal "blue" dollar, which already has a gap with the official dollar of 90%.