Monday , December 6 2021

Winning and losing shares of a weak month for Chilean exchanges


The last day of the month fell by 0.86%, but the S & P / CLX closed the IPSA benchmark with an increase of 0.15%.

Although the Santiago Stock Exchange closed the day in red on Friday, the S & P / CLX IPSA benchmark index gained a low gain in November, in parallel with the rise of Latam and the more vulnerable sectors.

At the end of the day, the picker was at 5,111.88, 0,86% represents a decrease.

During the day, IPSA was pressurized by heavy losses in some of its heavy weight. Moreover, Of the ten stocks with more in the index, five suffered more than 1% Today on the Stock Exchange, Copec and CMPC made over 2%.

However, Chile left the Latin American markets, where the majority had registered losses but were smaller in size. Market intermediaries may have an update of portfolio portfolios that affect the price of securities, given that securities are the most appropriate indicator in the indicator.

With this, IPSA closed in November with an increase of 0.15%.

The winners of the month

Within the last 30 days, the most advanced action in selective payroll Latam Airlines 8,89% Guided by the boom of the Brazilian market.

Bovespa was one of the most progressive indices in the region this month. With a gain of 2.38% One of the most exposed Chilean capitals by air.

The sectors that were thought to be more Uç defensive e were used as shelter actions during volatility.

And five of the best-performing IPSA articles are electrical or sanitary materials that are traditionally seen as "safe" documents for investors. Engie, Enel Chile, Colbún, Aguas Andinas and Enel Américas, who also benefited from the Brazilian stock market, hired more than 6% per month.


Among the worst-performing inventories of the month, it is said that the market is “a problem stok. For example, retail saw two heavy weights, one of the worst declines of the selective.

In November, Cencosud had the highest drop of IPSA with 13.95% decline. The result of the negative impact on the results of the Argentine operation and the generalized weakness of retail. This last variable, along with untapped consumption figures, caused Falabella to fall by 4.93% month-on-month.

CAP showed a decline over 8% in the same period and saw a sharp decline in iron prices, Copec and CMPC fell by 7.03% and 2.52% respectively. Enter the roller coaster about other goods and worry about the commercial battle.

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