The Lima Stock Exchange (BVL) began trading this Wednesday with its positive stock indices, after new acts of protest against the current government both in Lima and in the provinces.
At the average of 09:40 am, the S&P/BVL Peru General Index, the most representative of the Lima stock market, registered a positive variation of 0.30% and was located at 23,210.97 points.
For its part, the S&P/BVL Peru Selective Index, which is made up of the most traded shares in the local market, recorded a variation of 0.05% to 603.04 units.
The Consumer (0.24%), Financials (0.51%) and Mining (0.42%) sectors showed upward variation. While Industrials, Services, Electric and Construction were shown unchanged.
Yesterday, Tuesday, the protests against the current government of Dina Boluarteboth in Lima and in some southern regions.
In the capital, the forces of order confronted this situation with tear gas canisters to repel the attack with stones and sticks by the protesters. Several police arrests were made.
For her part, President Dina Boluarte gave a press conference for international media in which called for a “national truce” to be able to establish dialogue tables and set the agenda for each region”.
Over the weekend, the Police intervened at the Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos to evict the protesters who had seized its facilities.
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