As a reflection of the small activity that was observed on the streets of the center of Buenos Aires, stock and stock markets showed a slight increase in the wheel with a small number of operations on the eve of the holiday this Friday at the summit of G20 leaders.
WITH falling 80 cents (-1.84%) compared with closing on Wednesday, the exchange rate closed at $ 38.80 for salewhile still finding the margin to reach the zone of non-intervention, managed by the Central Bank. Fall represents For the third consecutive day, losses in foreign currency after approaching $ 40 on Monday caused several market alerts,
The retail market and the wholesaler (who registered a drop of $ 37.72) were affected by the termination of banking activity in the market after 13 hours. The stock market closed at 1.4% growth on the Merval panel compared with yesterday.
Next monday, the ceiling of the zone of non-interference will be $ 46.72, while the floor will be located at $ 36.10., after November, in which the cumulative growth reached about 5 percent.
In the activities trimmed in the stock market, the results were also positive, with Merval stock index rose 1.5% to 31,593 unitsAt the same time, the group of leading shares of Bolsas y Mercados Argentinos (ByMA) reached 2.8% in cumulative this week.
It was stressed that the actions of Tenaris were noted with a decrease of 4.4% after the processing of its president and CEO, Paolo Roccain the case of laptops bribes K. Sovereign bonds in the electronic open market (MAE), meanwhile, demonstrated price stability throughout the day, closing only 0.2% per month by hand country risk by 703 basis points,
Another daily benchmark for the market, Liquid Letters (Leliq), showed a decrease in their annual rates, based on 61.198% of trading on Wednesday to 60.753%. In connection with the maturity of Leliqs on Thursday for $ 145,725 million. The United States, from the currency unit managed to absorb excess liquidity by about 43,420 million Pesos.
In the US, ADR had a good day with a generalized increase. Only Telecom (-1.8) and Tenaris (-2.8) were red. Among the increases were Pampa (+ 5.4%), Banco Galicia and Banco Frances (+ 4.8%) and Edenor (4%).