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Mexican markets fell at close of trade; S&P/BMV IPC fell 0.08%

Investing. com – Mexican stock markets fell after close on Wednesday Telecommunication Services, Material and Basic Consumption Goods.

With the Mexican stock market closing S&P/BMV IPC lost 0.08%, reaching the lowest level in 1 month.

S&P/BMV IPC

Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacifico SAB De CV Class B (MX: GAPB) trades at 221.42, up 4.22% or 8.97 points. Meanwhile Bimbo A

(mtag101703) (MX: BIMBOA) traded at 45.130, up 3.41% or 1.490 points OMA B

(mtag101703) (MX: OMAB) trades at 131,660, up 2.29%, or 2,950 points.

Grupo Televisa SAB Unit (MX: TLEVISACPO) fell 4.51%, or 2.55 points, to close at 53.97. Banco Del Bajio SA Institution De Banca Multiple (MX: BBAJIOO) traded at 34,050, down 2.60% or 0.910 points Alsea

(mtag101703) (MX: ALSEA) trades at 36.980, losing 2.35% or 0.890 points.

While the number of stocks that lost value in the Mexican Stock Exchange was 178, those that gained value were 122. In addition, 22 shares remained stable.

Gold Futures for August delivery cost 0.56% or 10.10 $1 an ounce. It is trading at the 804.30 level. In commodities, on the other hand, Crude Oil WTI Futures for August delivery fell 2.10% or 1.54 to trade at $71.83 a barrel. Meanwhile, Brent Oil Futures for September delivery fell 1.93%, or 1.44, to trade at $73.09 a barrel.

USD/MXN is down 0.30% to trade at 19.9506 while EUR/MXN is down 0.53% to trade at 23.5317.

Dollar Index Futures traded at 92,698, up 0.17%.

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