BMV reaches all-time high at opening

The Mexican stock exchange (BMV) was winning for the sixth consecutive session on Tuesday and in its first trades it reached an all-time high, hand in hand with the behavior of its peers in Wall Street and in the midst of a reduced volume of operations.

The local benchmark index S&P/BMV IPC It was up 0.6% to 53,579.06 points at 8:40 a.m. local time (2:40 p.m. GMT). Moments before it advanced to 53,630.53 units, a new record high intraday.

Investors in various stock exchanges around the world were apparently less concerned about the advance of the Omicron variant of coronavirus, after Britain Y France they refrained from imposing further restrictions before the end of the year.

“Given the little economic information, attention is maintained in omicron, a variant whose effects maintain a high level of contagion worldwide (a new record), but with fewer hospitalizations,” said financial group Monex in a report.

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