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The Mexican markets fell at the close; S&P/BMV IPC down 0.65%

Investing.com – Mexico stocks were lower after the close on Friday, on losses in telecom services , materials and financial services Sectors led to lower stocks.

At the close in Mexico , the S&P/BMV IPC was down 0.65%. Top performers of the session traded at

S&P/BMV IPC Kimberly-Clark de Mexico A (BMV: KIMBERA is up 2.57% or 0.72 points to trade at 28.74. Meanwhile, Promotora y Operadora de Infraestructura SAB de CV (BMV: PINFRA ) is up 2.06% or 2.90 points to 143.84 Arca Continental (BMV: AC ) was up 2.06% or 2.65 points to 131.01.

The session’s worst performer Grupo Televisa SAB Unit (BMV: TLEVISACPO ) fell 3.14% or 1.22 points to trade at 37.69 at the close. Regional SAB de CV (BMV: RA ) fell 2.34% or 2.73 points to 113.98 Grupo Cementos (BMV: GCC ). fell 2.21% or 3.03 points to trade at 134.35.

While the number of stocks that fell in value on the Mexican Stock Exchange was 149, 77 of the stocks that rose in value were identified. In addition, 15 stocks remained stable.

Gold futures for delivery in August fell 0.94% or 17.65% to trade at $1.00 an ounce. In commodities, crude oil WTI futures for July delivery rose 2.92%, or 3.41%, to trade at $120.28 a barrel. Meanwhile, Brent oil futures for August delivery rose 3.09%, or 3.64%, to $121.25 a barrel.

USD/MXN rose 0.21% to trade at 19.56, while EUR/MXN fell 0.03% to trade at 20.97.

Dollar index futures were up 0.33% to trade at 102.17.

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