The Lima Stock Exchange collapses and the value of the dollar increases in Peru due to the uncertainty of the electoral results
The Lima Stock Exchange, capital of Peru, suffered a collapse this Monday in its main indicators amid uncertainty among investors due to the narrow margin that separates the two electoral candidates after the second round of elections held last Sunday.
Similarly, the Sol, the Peruvian currency, depreciated 2.4% against the dollar, according to local media.
At 10:24 in the morning, the S & P / BVL Peru General indicator, the most representative of the stock market, fell 6.14%, while the S & P / BVL Peru Selective index, which seeks to measure the performance of the largest companies size and liquidity, it lost 6.02%.
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