S&P Merval rose 1.1%, and the country risk rose 1.6%

The S&P Merval index of the Bolsas y Mercados de Bolsas y Mercados Argentinos (BYMA) rose 1.1% to 30,809 units, up 21.6% for the month. The principal increases were Grupo Supervielle (8.2%), Comercial Del Plata (7.7%) and Telecom (3.2%). In the fixed income segment, the leading dollar bonds closed with decreases as country risk – measured by JP Morgan – rose 1.6% to 2,794 units. Bonar 2024 fell 1.6%, and Bonar 2020 fell 1%, while the Discount under Argentine law rose 0.4%.

Source: Ámbito