BMV opens higher in line with Wall Street; profile to break streak of 3 weekly falls

The Mexican stock exchange (BMV) won in its first operations this Friday, hand in hand with its peers of Wall Street, after weaker-than-expected job creation data in the United States that lowered bets that the Federal Reserve he will withdraw his stimuli faster.

The local benchmark index S&P/BMV IPC It rose 0.53% to 51,199.46 points, at 8:55 am. The square was heading to interrupt a streak of three weekly drops.

The work Department The United States said earlier this Friday that 210,000 jobs were created in November, lower than expected, compared to a figure of 546,000 in the previous month.

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