Bogotá, Nov 8 (EFE) .- The main markets of Latin America today closed the day in mixed terrain and decided not to follow the profit path that Wall Street had.
In the The main reference in the region, the three main indicators reached new historical marks. it reached 23,563.36 units.
For its part, the Selective S & P 500 advanced 0.14% to 2,594.37 points, and the composite index of the Nasdaq market rose 0.32% and ended with 6.789, whole.
The operators of the square did not have major movements during the trading session, which was marked by the first anniversary of the victory of the US president, Donald Trump, of the presidential elections.
The wheel has been progressively rising for a year thanks to the promises of Trump, some of which have failed so far in Congress circles, like his attempt to end the public health program known as Obamacare.
Likewise, the business news was led by the giant of the telecommunications AT & T and the Time Warner group, in the midst of new information pointing to pressures from the Justice Department to block its merger agreement.
That streak failed take over the Latin American parks and these were divided between the red and green digits.
On the side of earnings was Sao Paulo, where the Ibovespa index won 2.69% to 74,363 units, after making operations for 9,359.1 million reais (about 2,869.1 million dollars).
In Santiago, its main index, the IPSA, increased by 0.10. 5,496.26 points, after doing business for 80,129,614,420 Chilean pesos (about 126.58 million dollars).
Likewise, the Global Bonds index of Montevideo appreciated by 0.04% and it was 115.20 integers, in a day with a financial volume of 94,538,132 Uruguayan pesos (about $ 3,237,089).
At the other extreme of the balance was Mexico, where the Index of Prices and Quotations (CPI) fell by 0.34% to 48,835.69 units, after movements of 11,054 million Mexican pesos (about 578.7 million dollars).
In the Stock Market Aires the Merval index had a marginal low of 0.01%, to 28,116.68 points, with an amount of papers that amounted to 694.37 million Argentine pesos (about 39.62 million dollars).
In the Colombian market, the capitalization index (Colcap) fell by 0.02% and ended in 1,434.78, during a session with movements of 149,349.82 million euros. Colombian pesos (about 49.5 million dollars).
Lastly, the S & P / BVL Peru General Index fell by 0.10% and totaled 19,958.72 units, after a sale of 2.396.700.275 soles (about $ 739,494,068).
The evolution of Latin American stock markets was as follows:
Market Closing Points
SAO PAULO +2.69% 74,363
MEXICO -0.34% 48,835.69
BUENOS AIRES -0.01% 28,116.68
SANTIAGO +0.10% 5.496.26 1,434.78
LIMA -0.10% 19,958.72
MONTEVIDEO +0.04% 115.20