The stock exchanges of Mexico closed the negotiations this Wednesday with moderate advances. The indexes were painted green in a day of indecision, avoiding falling for the third consecutive day, after two strong setbacks.
the leading index S&P/BMV IPC of the Mexican stock exchange (BMV), with the 35 most liquid shares in the market, advanced 0.19% to 46,989.61 units. The FTSE BIVAof the Institutional Stock Market (Biva), gained 0.20% to 976.75 points.
Within the reference index, most of the components closed with falls, with 20 values in red and 15 in green. The best advances of this session were Cemex, with 4.10%; Quálitas, with 3.82%, and Inbursa, with 2.70 percent.
The markets had been fearful at the beginning of the week due to factors such as a visit by Nancy Pelosi to Taiwan and comments from the Federal Reserve. In those two days, the S&P/BMV IPC fell 2.58 percent.