Monday, February 26

The Merval closed the year with a rise

One thing to keep in mind is that under this scenario, and sustained by the great performance of Wll Street and the rise in the CCL dollar, the S&P Merval index accumulated a rise of 65.5% in 2021, that is, it gained more than one 14% in dollars (CCL).

Meanwhile, yesterday in the fixed income segment, sovereign bonds in dollars closed mixed, with increases led by Global 2038 (+ 1.5%), and decreases led by Bonar 2030 (-1.5%).

For its part, the Country Risk of the JP.Morgan bank fell 0.1%, to 1,697 basis points.