The Mexican Stock Market (BMV) registered this Thursday the loss of 0.18% in its main indicator until reaching the 53 thousand 085.71 unitswith which he links three consecutive setbacks in the week.
“Inside the Price and Quotation Index (IPC) highlighted the gains of Orbia (+3.47%), Alsea (+2.35%), Banorte (+1.93%) and Gruma (+1.70%)but they were unable to offset the losses of larger companies such as Walmart de México (-1.79%), Grupo México (-1.73%) and América Móvil (-1.62%)“, commented the director of Economic and Financial Analysis of Banco Base, Gabriela Siller.
With today’s advance, the index registers an advance of 9.5% so far this year since last December 30, when the index closed 2022 in the 48 thousand 463.86 units.
Also, position a 6.2% far from its all-time high of 56 thousand 536.68 pointsreached on April 1st.
During the session, the peso remained at the same levels for the second consecutive day, trading 18.37 pesos against the dollar, according to data from the Bank of Mexico.
The IPC closed the session in 53 thousand 085.71 unitswith a loss of 95.28 points and a negative variation of 0.18% compared to the previous day.
The volume traded in the market reached 227.9 million of titles for an amount of 13 thousand 040.2 million pesos.
Of the 553 firms that traded on the day, 231 ended with their prices rising, 298 had losses and 24 closed without changes.
The titles with the greatest upward variation were from the construction materials company Orbia (ORBIA)con 3.47%; chain Hoteles City Express (HCITY)con 3.22%and the company that sells home equipment Grupo Famsa (GFAMSA A), with 3.13%.
In contrast, the largest downward variations were from the drug distributor Genomma Lab International (LAB B), with -10%; from the real estate developer Dine (DINE B); con -5.03%; and the chain of sports centers Sports World (SPORT S), con -4.26%.
In the day, two of the four sectors won, starting with the industrial (0.52%)followed by the one of frequent consumption (0.18%) and they lost the materials (-0.82%) and the financial (-0.07%).
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