Bogota, Nov 7 (EFE) .- The Latin American stock markets closed today with losses and gains in a day marked by a new record in the Dow Jones, the main index of Wall Street, thanks to political news of interest in the United States.
In the New York parquet, the Industrial Dow Jones advanced 0.04% and stood at 23,557.23 points, while the S & P 500 retreated 0.02% to 2,590.61 units and the Nasdaq index dropped 0.27% to settle at 6,767.78.
The new historical maximum in the Dow Jones was driven at the end of the year. the news that on Thursday will be known the bill on tax reform to be presented by the Republicans in the US Senate.
Meanwhile, Latin American markets closed with mixed numbers, especially due to the fall of the São Paulo stock exchange in the face of doubts about the social security reform that the government of Michel Temer wants to implement.
Thus, the index Ibovespa de Sao Paulo marked a sharp decline of 2.32% to be at 72,587 units and after movements by 13,022.4 million reais (about 3,973.9 million dollars).
In Santiago, the IPSA registered a decline of 0.59%, which stood at 5,495.14 points, with an amount of shares traded for 95,880,438,770 Chilean pesos (about 150.99 million dollars).
The S & P / BVL Peru General Index was positioned at 19,978.71 points after registering a fall of 0.89%, in a session in which 49,996,430 soles were traded (about 15,435. dollars).
By contrast, the Mexican stock market advanced by 0.08% and the Price and Quotation Index (CPI) stood at 49,004.52 units, after transactions by 14,621 million euros. Mexican pesos (about 762 million dollars.
The Merval index in Buenos Aires rose 0.51% to 28,120.22 points, with a volume of businesses traded in shares for 719.12 million Argentine pesos (about 40.72 million dollars).
Colcap in Colombia increased 1.17% in its capitalization index, with 1,435.12 whole, after movements by 132,369.77 million Colombian pesos (about 43.6 million dollars).
And the Global Bonds index of the Montevideo Stock Exchange appreciated by 0.06% and closed at 115.15 units, with a total of operations for 46,491,160 Uruguayan pesos (about $ 1,592,886).
The evolution of the Latin American stock exchanges was as follows:
Market Closing Points
SAO PAULO -2.32% 72.587
MEXICO +0.08% 48.967,01
BUENOS AIRES +0.51% 28,120.22 < 5,495.14
COLOMBIA +1.17% 1435.12
LIMA -0.89% 19,978.71
MONTEVIDEO +0.06% 115,156 <