Bogota, November 13 (EFE) .- The majority of Latin American stock markets started the week lower after disregarding Wall Street, whose Dow Jones Industrials, the main indicator, advanced a slight 0.07% despite the uncertainty surrounding the tax reform in the US. advanced 17.49 points and ended at 23,439.70 integers, the selective S & P 500 advanced 0.10% to 2,584.84 units and the Nasdaq composite index added 0.10% to 6,757.60 points.
The operators in the New York parquet staged a volatile session of ups and downs marked by uncertainty about the timing of the tax reform in The United States and the restructuring plan announced by General Electric.
In addition, Wall Street remains very attentive to the future of the tax reform proposed by President Donald Trump and the possibility that the legislative negotiation is delayed more than initially thought.
Despite the bullish outlook in the world's largest stock exchange, the stock market rounds Latin Americans opted for declines with the exception of Sao Paulo and the absence of results in the Colombian plaza that did not operate as a holiday in the Andean country.
Thus, the Mexican market dropped 0.05% and its Price and Quotation Index (IPC) closed at 48,002.43 points after making operations for 20,769 million Mexican pesos (1,085 million pesos) dollars).
The wheel of Buenos Aires fell by 1.24%, to 26,745.27 units, after doing business for 396.92 million Argentine pesos (22.42 million euros). dollars).
Santiago's parquet lost 0.88% in its main index, the IPSA, which closed at 5,347.33 whole, after movements for 106,380,490,263 Chilean pesos (about 168, million dollars).
The S & P / BVL Peru General Index fell by 0.44% when it was parked at 19,594.03 points, in a session in which 56,359,170 soles (equivalent to 17,389,438 dollars).
The Stock Exchange of Montevideo (BVMBG) depreciated 0.02% and stood at 115.96 units, on a day when papers were exchanged for 10,576 Uruguayan (about $ 361,946).
Finally and against, Sao Paulo advanced 0.43% and its Ibovespa index stood at 72,475 integers, after a purchase for 8.050 billion reais (about 2.446 million dollars).
The evolution of the Latin American stock exchanges was the following:
Market Closing Points
MEXICO -0.05% 48,002.43
BUENOS AIRES -1.24% 26,745.27
SANTIAGO -0.88% 5.347.33 FESTIVAL
LIMA -0.44% 19.594,03
MONTEVIDEO -0.02% 115.96