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Lima Stock Exchange opens in mixed with S&P Peru General in red, after investiture vote

In the last session of the week, the Lima Stock Exchange (BVL) opened in mixed this Friday, November 5. The main index S&P Peru General It marked a -0.09% or 20,236.86 integers while investors closely follow the various events of a political, economic and social nature.

Such is the case of the beginning of the dialogue table between the community of Aquia (Áncash) and the Executive after the strike of the mining corridor Antamina. In addition, from the first actions of the Cabinet of Mirtha Vasquez, after the Congress grant the vote of confidence.

Meanwhile, the S&P Perú Select, where the shares with the highest liquidity and capitalization are listed, opened with 540.18 points or 0.43%.

The sectors started the day unevenly. Finance and mining opened the day with -0.08 and -0.33%; respectively. Meanwhile, the industrial and construction sectors marked in green with 0.69% and 0.55%; respectively.

While in the world, the price of copper fell due to the progressive increase that aluminum has presented in recent days.

According to the London Metal Exchange (LME), the red metal was down 0.1% at US $ 9,430 a tonne.

The New York Stock Exchange, for its part, opened higher on Friday, pushed to new records by good employment figures in the United States released before the market opened.

In early trading, the Dow Jones was up 0.42%, the Nasdaq Index 0.47% and the S&P 500 Extended Index 0.49%.

With information from Reuters and AFP.


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