BMV exceeds the 54,000 point line and marks a new all-time high

The Mexican stock exchange (BMV) advances in its first operations this Thursday and extends the positive movement of a Wednesday of strong rises. The local market touches a new all-time high, in a market that is showing less concern about upcoming rate movements in the United States.

The index reference S&P/BMV IPC, made up of the shares of the 35 issuers with the highest value by capitalization and liquidity in Mexico, moves 0.19% to 54,055.91 units, with a record of 54,101.19 points. The FTSE BIVA, from Institutional Stock Market (Biva), gain 0.19% with a level of 1,116.78 units.


Within the reference index, most of the components operate positively, with 22 values ​​in green, 11 in red and two unchanged. The best performances so far this day are the shares of Volaris, with 3.37%; the Asur airport, with 1.51%, and the Carso Group, which earns 1.43 percent.

Although the December inflation data published yesterday in the United States was the highest for a year-end in almost four decades, it remained in line with what the market expected. This allowed bets on interest rate hikes in that country to continue in March.

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