The S&P Merval index rose 0.24 percent yesterday and closed the week with a cumulative gain of 0.74 percent, while shares of Argentine companies listed on the New York Stock Exchange fell across the board.
In the Buenos Aires square, the rises of the leading shares were the majority, highlighting those obtained by BYMA (3.5%); Supervielle Bank (2.7%); Alua (2.1%); Ternium Argentina (1.9%); and Pampa Energia (1.7%).
Meanwhile, the seven casualties of the wheel were scored by Loma Negra (-2.8%); Cresud (-2.4%); Cablevision Holding (-2.1%); Commercial Society of Silver (-1%); Transener (-0.6%), YPF (-0.3%) and Central Puerto (-0.1%).
In New York, meanwhile, the papers of Argentine companies ended the session with all results in the red, among which Loma Negra (-6.8%), Cresud (-5.7%); Ternium (-5.1%); IRSA (-4.3%); Free Market (-3.4%); and Central Port (-3.2%).
In the debt market, dollar bonds closed the day with mixed results, with falls of up to 1.4% and rises of up to 0.4%.
For their part, securities in pesos adjusted by CER also traded mixedly, with declines of 0.30% and improvements of 0.5%.