Investing. com – Mexican stocks rise after close on Monday Telecommunication Services, Basic Consumption Goods and Material increased with the increase in the shares of the sections.
With the Mexican stock market closing S&P/BMV IPC gained 0.57% in value.
S&P/BMV IPC and exhibited the best performance of the session. Alsea
(mtag101703) (MX: ALSEA) trades at 37,280, up 3.35% or 1,210 points. Meanwhile, Grupo Televisa SAB Unit (MX: TLEVISACPO) traded at 59.35 with an increase of 3.22% or 1.85 points Bimbo A
(mtag101703) (MX: BIMBOA) traded at 44,210, up 1.91%, or 0.830 points.
Showing the worst performance of the session Assyrian B
(mtag101703) (MX: ASURB) down 1.95%, or 7.25 points, to close at 365.00. BanRegio Grupo Financiero SAB de CV (MX: RA) traded at 115.00, down 1.68% or 1.96 points, while Becle SA (MX: CUERVO) is trading at 51,990, depreciating by 0.78% or 0.410 points.
While the number of stocks that gained value in the Mexican Stock Exchange was 91, those that lost value was 70. In addition, 24 shares remained stable.
Grupo Televisa SAB Unit (MX: TLEVISACPO) shares rose 3.22%, or 1.85, to a 52-week high of 59.35.
Gold Futures for August cost 0.49%, or 8.70, costing $1 an ounce. It is trading at 792.00 level. In commodities, on the other hand, Crude Oil WTI Futures for August delivery were up 1.56%, or 1.17, at $76.33 a barrel. Meanwhile, Brent Oil Futures for September delivery were up 1.30%, or 0.99 percent, at $77.16 a barrel.
USD/MXN is trading at 19.8556, up 0.49%, while EUR/MXN is trading at 23.5586, up 0.54%.
Dollar Index Futures traded at 92,198, down 0.23%.