As a reflection of the small activities that were observed in the streets of Buenos Aires, the exchange and equity markets this Friday showed a slight increase in the wheel with a few operations before the holidays at the G20 Summit.
Outside a fall of 80 cents (-1.84%) as compared to the end of Wednesday, with a closing price of $ 38.80 per sale, still finding a reserve in order to reach the floor of the zone of intolerance imposed by the Central Bank. Autumn represents The third consecutive loss day in the currency after approaching 40 USD on Monday triggered several alert markets.
Retail markets and wholesalers (which recorded a drop of USD 37.72) were affected by the suspension of banking activities in the market after 13 hours. Stock market Merval panel rose by 1.4% compared to yesterday.
Next monday, the ceiling for non-intervention zone will be $ 46.72, while the floor area will be $ 36.10., after November, when the accrued increase reached about 5 percent.
The reverse operation of securities was also positive with the results Merval's stock index is up 1.5% to reach 31,593 units. At the same time, the total volume of Bolsas y Mercados Argentine (ByMA) increased by 2.8% this year.
Tenaris activities were highlighted, which was reduced by 4.4% after the announcement of the work of the president and the executive director. Paolo Rocca, but in case of K-bribe notebooks. In turn, government electronic bonds in the electronic open market (MAE) show price stability during the day, with only 0.2% in a month, from a hand country risk 703 basis points.
The other daily market reference variable, Liquidity Letters (Leliq), fell from annual rates, from 61,189% from Wednesday's auctions to 60,753%. The deadline for this Thursday on USD 145,725 million from the monetary company managed to absorb liquidity by about 43.420 million pesos.
In the United States, ADR was a good day with a general increase. Only Telecom (-1.8) and Tenaris (-2.8) were in red. Also, Pampa (+ 5.4%), Banco Galicia and Banco Francés (+ 4.8%) and Edenor (4%) also increased.