The Mexican stock exchange (BMV) operates with a marginal loss. The local stock market outlines its fifth consecutive fall, in a market affected by a wave of aversion to risk assets amid concerns about confinement measures in China that could impact the world economy.

The index reference S&P/BMV IPC, made up of the 35 most traded shares in the Mexican market, also with capitalization criteria, moves -0.03% to a level of 52,649.03 units. The index FTSE BIVAthe main of the Institutional Stock Exchange (Biva), yields -0.07% to 1,088.74 units.


Inside the reference index, most of the components operate at a loss, with 20 values ​​in red and 15 in green. The worst components so far this day are the shares of Grupo Carso, with -2.37%; Mexico Group, with -2.23%; Volaris, with -1.93%, and Quálitas, which falls -1.86 percent.

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