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Lima Stock Exchange closes down with -1.64%

The Lima Stock Exchange (BVL) closed the day on Friday, January 21, down with 12 sectors in red and only 4 in green, driven by services and electricity shares.

At the close of business, the index S&P/BVL Perú General, the most representative of the Lima stock market, registered a decrease of -1.64% and stood at 22,944.88 points.

Similarly, the index S&P/BVL Peru Selective, which is made up of the 15 most traded shares in the local market, recorded a loss of -1.95% and ended at 613.43 units.


The actions of the sectors that posted gains were services and electricity with an increase of 1.23% respectively. Likewise, construction with 1.21% and industrial with 0.37%. The sectors that had losses were mining with -2.31%, financial with -3.78% and consumption with -1.38%

It should be noted that the US market fell -1.89%, which generated a wave of pessimism about the Latin American markets, this led the Peruvian market to fall -1.64%. Losses on the BVL correspond to mainly negative reports from the US market. However, at the local level, less political uncertainty has allowed us to have a better stock market performance than the United States, according to Renta4 SAB.


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