BMV closes with a drop of 0.52%;  attention of the market placed on the minutes of the Fed and Banxico

BMV closes with a drop of 0.52%; attention of the market placed on the minutes of the Fed and Banxico

The Mexican stock exchange (BMV) ended trading this Monday with a loss of 0.52%, to 56,313.21 points. The square broke an advance of two days of consecutive rises, after opening the first week of April at 56,690.88 units.

The Mexican Stock Exchange closed in the opposite direction to its peers in New York, after scoring an intraday all-time high of 57,064.16 points last Friday, while investors begin to direct your look at the first quarter reporting season and await the minutes of the most recent monetary policy meetings of the Federal Reserve and of Bank of Mexicofor Wednesday and Thursday, respectively.

The setbacks in the basic consumer goods, health, and telecommunications services sectors pushed the BMV lower.

Positive stocks outnumbered negative stocks on the BMV by a difference of 146 versus 110, and 17 ended the first day of the week unchanged. The Mexican index marked a maximum volume of 56,783.68 points and a minimum of 56,181.34.

The value with the best behavior of the session in the S&P/BMV IPCmade up of the shares of the 35 issuers with the highest value by capitalization and traded, was Volariswith an advance of 3.41%, or 1.26 points, followed by The Port of Liverpoolwhich rose 2.63%, or 2.63 points, and Bimbo, which rose 2.19%, or 1.38 points on the day.

For their part, the stocks with the worst behavior this Monday were Walmartwhich fell 2.78%, Qualiteswhich yielded 2.76%, and Penoleswhich cut 2.43 percent.

According to the consultancy Meta-AnalysisFrom a technical point of view, the BMV could extend its solid performance in the coming weeks towards levels of even 58,200 units. “However, the bullish signals would be nullified if it goes back to 55,520 points,” he said.

(With information from Investing and Reuters)

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