Macroeconomy/Finance

S&P Merval gained 2.7%, and dollar bonds climbed to 6.5%

The leading S&P Merval Argentine Stock Exchange and Market Index (BYMA) rose 2.7% to 26,003 units, after concluding the previous session with a 3.5% rise, to accumulate a 6.6% gain so far in April (which contrasts with a 30.3% decline in March). In the fixed income segment, the leading sovereign bonds in dollars rose to over 6%. Argentina’s country risk, as measured by JP. Morgan fell 115 units to 3,828 basis points, compared to a level of 4,519 points more than a week ago.

Source: Ámbito

Categories: Macroeconomy/Finance