Mexican bag falls, but closes week with accumulated gain of 2.23%
The Mexican Stock Exchange (BMV) retreated on Friday's negotiations, after confirming in Mexico a case of the new Covid-19 omicron variant.But despite its loss, the stock market kept a positive weekly balance, after having finished with falls the previous three weeks.
El referencial índice S&P/BMV IPC, compuesto por las acciones de las 35 emisoras de mayor valor por capitalización y liquidez en el mercado mexicano, perdió -0.65% and closed at 50,597.29 units.In his accumulated balance, he got a gain of 2.23% compared to a record of 49,492.52 units on November 26.
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Inside the reference index, most components finished negative operations, with 21 values in red and 14 in green.Investors remain attentive to information about the omicron variant.The worst performances were CEMEX, with -3.09%, and telesites, who lost -2.41 percent.
Mexico became Friday in the second country in Latin America, after Brazil, which confirms a case of the new global disease mutation.According to analysts, the market behavior was also influenced by a profit taking, after having advanced with force yesterday.
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