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Lima Stock Exchange opens in red due to the fall of the mining sector

Lima, November 2, 2021Updated on 11/02/2021 10:30 am

The Lima Stock Exchange (BVL) fell at the opening of the session on Tuesday due to the decline in the mining sector, although losses were limited by the notable advance in financial stocks.

At 10:31 in the morning, the S & P / BVL Peru General Index, the most representative of the Lima stock market, fell -0.03% to 20,732 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 decline of -0.43% and stood at 549.51 units.

By sectors, the indicators showed uneven performance in the first minutes of the day. The mining sector, one of the most important in the BVL, led the losses with a decrease of -1.77%, followed by construction (-0.76%) and industrial (-0.54%). In green, the financial (2.65%) and consumer (0.63%) items were kept.

Among the shares that rose the most this Monday were those of the mining company Bear Creek (6.30%), the holding Credicorp (3.12%), InRetail Peru (1.35%) and Intercorp (0.35%).

On the other side of the table were the papers of the gold company Buenaventura (-5.13%), the mining company Volcan (-4.23%), Aenza -ex Graña y Montero- (-1.9%), Unacem ( -1.17%) and Scotiabank Peru (-1.02%).


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