La Jornada – BMV opens 0.60% aviation sector recovery
Mexico City. After falling more than 1.28 percent during the Tuesday session, the Mexican stock exchange recorded a 0.60 percent advance in the first minutes of Wednesday’s session to trade above 49,129.67 points.
The aviation sector, listed on the Mexican Stock Exchange (BMV) and which recorded setbacks yesterday, after the United States downgraded Mexico to Mexico in the field of safety, begins the auction session on Wednesday in positive territory.
Asur offers 0.57 percent; Air Mexico 1.89 percent; Gap recoil 1.29; Oma, 1.09; Aviation, 1.3%.
For its part, the Mexican peso is trading at 19.9075 to the dollar, amid a shy recovery in the DXY dollar index.
Waiting for conferences with more references like tomorrow, with US inflation data the most notable date.
Thus, Wall Street and international financial markets await tomorrow’s agenda that will include personal consumption figures for the United States, the reference for inflation preferred by the Federal Reserve.
Gold used weak dollar and bitcoin to claim popularity in the markets, finally reaching the $ 1900 an ounce barrier.
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