The Mexican stock exchange (BMV) fell this Friday for the fifth consecutive day after it was announced that Austria will become the first country in Western Europe to reimpose a total lockdown against the increase in Covid-19 cases.

The leading stock index S&P/BMV IPC The domestic market fell 0.45% to 50,600.98 points, shortly after the opening, with a cumulative decline of 1.6% in the last five sessions.

“The new wave of infections in Europe is once again a risk for economic activity and causes new containment measures,” he said CI Banco in a report. “This situation is beginning to escalate to the United States and the Middle East.”



Reference-www.eleconomista.com.mx

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