The stock markets of Mexico Negotiations ended this Thursday with virtually no changes. The stock indexes of Mexico closed stable in a day of reduced volume due to the holiday in USA for the Thanksgiving celebration.
The index S&P/BMV CPI of the Mexican stock exchange (BMV), which measures the 35 most liquid shares in the Mexican market, lost 0.03% and closed at 51,979.01 points. The FTSE BIVAof the Institutional Stock Exchange (Biva), rose a marginal 0.01% to 1,085.96 points.
Within the reference index, a balance between gains and losses was observed, with 18 values in green and 17 in red. The advances were led by Grupo Televisa, with 3.58 percent. The worst fall in the interior was from the Mexican Sites Operator, with 2.37 percent.
The Mexican stock market accumulated until yesterday three consecutive days in the green. This Thursday’s loss also occurred after knowing local biweekly inflation data that was lower than expected and the publication of the minutes of Banco de México.