BVL Selective index of the Lima Stock Exchange reaches historical maximum at the end of the session nndc | ECONOMY

Updated on 01/13/2022 03:45 pm

The selective index of the Lima Stock Exchange (BVL) reached a new historical maximum at the close of the session this Thursday, supported by the advance of the financial sector, key in the Lima market.

At the end of operations, the S & P / BVL Peru General Index, the most representative of the Lima stock market, advanced by 0.54% to 23,655.87 points.

Similarly, the S&P/BVL Peru Selective Index, which is made up of the most traded shares in the local market, rose by 0.66% and stood at 633.49 units.

The previous maximum registered by the selective was on February 23, 2021 when it reached 613.23 points. So far this year, the indicator registers a gain of 11.67%.

By sectors, financial (1.58%), services (1.08%), electricity (1.08%) and consumer (0.84%) led the Lima stock market gains. In contrast, the mining (-0.80%), construction (-0.58%) and industrial (-0.41%) items fell.

Indices of the Lima stock market at the close of the day. (Source: BVL)

Among the shares that rose the most on the local stock market this Thursday were those of Banco de Credito del Peru (5.96%), Southern Peru Copper Corporation (4.84%), Banco BBVA Peru (3.68%), Candente Copper (3.53%) and Enel Generation Peru (3.41%).

On the other side of the table were the papers of BBVA Sociedad Titulizadora (-2.56%), Corporación Aceros Arequipa (-2.12%), Empresa Siderúrgica del Perú -Siderperú- (-1.72%), Minsur (-1.67%) and Perubar (-1.54%).


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