Mexican stock markets fell after Thursday’s close, due to the decline in the Financial Services, Telecommunications Services, and Industrial sectors.
At the close of the Mexican Stock Exchange, the S&P/BMV IPC lost 0.27% in value.
Under the S&P/BMV IPC, CEMEX Cpo (BMV:CEMEXCPO) had the best performance of the session, rising 4.37% or 0.41 points to trade at 9.80. Meanwhile, Grupo Televisa SAB Unit (BMV:TLEVISACPO) traded at 19.00, up 2.98% or 0.55 points, and Orbia Advance Corporation SAB de CV (BMV:ORBIA) rose 2.31% or 0.88 points to trade at 38.80.
Controladora Vuela Compania de Aviacion SAB de CV (BMV:VOLARA) had the worst performance of the session, falling 2.48% or 0.54 points to close at 21.19. Financiero Banorte (BMV:GFNORTEO) traded at 158.47, down 2.38% or 3.85 points, while Penoles (BMV:PEOLES) lost 2.31% or 5.38 points to trade at 227.20.
The number of gaining stocks on the Mexican stock exchange was 124, while the number of declining stocks was 104. Additionally, 18 stocks remained unchanged.
April Gold Futures lost 0.18% or 3.35 in value, trading at $1,00 per ounce. On the other hand, April WTI Crude Oil Futures rose 0.27% or 0.21 to trade at $77.90 per barrel, while May Brent Crude Oil Futures rose 0.19% or 0.16 to trade at $84.47 per barrel.
USD/MXN remained unchanged at 18.13, while EUR/MXN rose 0.10% to trade at 19.21.
US Dollar Index Futures rose 0.49% to trade at 104.95.