Argentina's Wall Street-listed shares suffered losses of up to 6 percent today, in a round in which the main stock market indexes of New York closed with increases, while voters went to the polls for mid-term parliamentary elections.
Among the titles of the Argentine companies, Free market losses (-6%) were highlighted. Banco Macro (-2.7%). Banco Francés (-2.5%). Corporación América (-2.4%). and Edenor (-2%).
Only shares of IRSA Propiedades (+ 7.2%), IRSA (+ 2.9%), Tenaris (+ 0.4%) ended positively. and Central Puerto Rico (+ 0.1%).
• Wall Street
American investors, hoping the election results will give some relief to stocks after protracted uncertainty, Dow Jones Industrial Average rose by 175.41 points or 0.7% to 25,637.11 while the S & P 500 earned 17.19 points, or 0.63 percent, at 2.755.5 points.
The Nasdaq Composite Index grew by 47.11 points, or 0.64%, to 7,375.96 points.
San Pablo's stock market closed its operations on Tuesday with a loss of 1.04%, and the Bovespa index reached 88,668.94 points, down 929.22 points.
In the currency market the dollar was marketed at 3.7643 reis per unit with a 0.97% rise.
The European stocks ended on Tuesday with small falls in view of the uncertainty surrounding the mid-term parliamentary elections in the United States.
London lost 0.9% and closed at 7,040.68 points. Paris gave 0.5%, totaled 5,075.19 points. Frankfurt decreased by 0.1% to 11,484.34 points. The Milan index declined by 0.1% to 19,268. Madrid fell 0.2 percent closed at 8,988.9 points.
The Tokyo Stock Exchange rebounded by 1.1% on Tuesday, while investors expect the outcome of mid-term elections in the United States.
The 225 main stocks Nikkei earned 248.76 units to complete the session at 22,147.75.