The capital market closed with mixed weekly results among the different regions of the world. In
“Most of the losses were associated with increased risk aversion to the case of the real estate company
The Index of Prices and Quotations (IPC), the main indicator of the Mexican market, “closed with that weekly loss and thus strung four weeks of consecutive contractions in which accumulated a decline of 2.54%,” she added.
He said that from the technical point of view “the index continues to respect the technical level of 52,000 points, which acted as resistance for several months.
Bajos said that to show a change of upward trend the IPC “would have to overcome that level consistently.
The specialist recalled that weekly gains were recorded in 18 of the 35 major companies included in the IPC sample and issuers with better performance were
Despite the loss, the Mexican index has an accumulated positive performance so far this year of 15.97%, which has been supported by the economic recovery.
In the day, the Mexican peso depreciated 0.14% against the dollar, trading at 20.06 units per greenback in the interbank market.
The IPC closed at 51,105.71 units with a loss of 358.56 points and a negative variation of 0.7% against the previous session.
The volume traded in the market reached 170.6 million shares for an amount of
Of the 704 companies that traded during the day, 340 ended with their prices up, 331 had losses and 33 more closed without change.
The shares with the highest upward variation were the firm Maxcom Telecommunications (MAXCOM A), with 10.05%, the producer of meat and derivatives Grupo Bafar (BAFAR B), with 7.05%, and the homebuilder Desarrolladora Homex (HOMEX), with 5.71%.
In contrast, the shares that traded down were those of Corporación
In the day two sectors gained, the industrial (0.21%) and financial (0.19%), and two lost, the frequent consumption (-1.29%) and materials (0.76%). EFE