Since Argentina launched the last official offer until today, dollar bonds performed positively, rising more than 10% weighted. In stocks, we see a more than exciting rise: Merval grew 22% in pesos and 17% in dollars. Among the Argentine shares quoted on Wall Street, instruments grew up to 35.5% in the month (Banco Supervielle). Irsa, meanwhile, grew 32.6% in July.
In the same day, the company received praise from the British weekly The Economist and announced a $27 million investment in Mexico to open a distribution centre similar to the one it has in La Matanza in the state of Jalisco, with a capacity of 60,000 square meters, half of which will be operational in November. Yesterday the share value was parked at $982.30, with a fall of 3.47%, which placed its value at $48.83 billion. Mercado Libre continues to be the Argentine company with the highest valuation in the world.
In the first five months of the year, the Port of Buenos Aires operated 1.5% more cargo than in the same period in 2019. This growth is due to the measures implemented by the Government to promote and guarantee Argentine foreign trade.
The city of Buenos Aires had a slight upturn in June that is not enough to show a recovery, given that the year-on-year comparison shows a drop of 48%. June was the twenty-fifth consecutive month with a decline in the year-on-year measurement.
The turf industry called for an urgent return to racing, without an audience and with due respect for health protocols, to ensure the survival of 80,000 jobs that depend on this activity. This “industry concentrates in five racetracks throughout the country: Palermo, San Isidro, La Plata, Tandil and Tucumán.
The pan-Latin American e-commerce and fintech firm’s market value has doubled to $50bn during the pandemic as it has provided online sales and payments lifelines to vulnerable companies. Since it was founded in it has become the region’s biggest tech darling, even though in 2020 revenues are projected to be just $3.2bn and it will lose money for a third year running. Profit, though, is for the future. Meanwhile, it is part of a wave of digital disruption that may propel smaller firms—which make up about 80% of those using its platforms—into the modern era. Its e-commerce business earns a fee from transactions between buyers and sellers on its platform.