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viernes, 15 de enero de 2021

INTERCAM BANCO: OPINIÓN DE LA MESA Divisas 15 de enero de 2021 Comentario de la mesa

 

Amanecemos con un mercado oscilando 19.6960 y 19.8350 aproximadamente durante el “overnight”; y lo volvió a hacer, el precio alcanzó los 19.6 ́s de nuevo ante la especulación del nuevo paquete de estímulos propuesto por Joe Biden y, ya presentado, regresa hoy inmediatamente a los 19.8 ́s.

Se especuló mucho sobre el nuevo paquete de ayuda que propone Joe Biden, éste decidió que fueran 1.9 Trillones de USD el monto en el que incluye, además del ingreso que ya perciben algunos ciudadanos semanalmente, ayuda de a las escuelas para el regreso a clases, 20 MMDD para un programa de vacunación, 350MMDD para los estados para invertir en mejorar en transporte, créditos

fiscales y un fondo de 25 mil millones de dólares para estancias infantiles entre otros apoyos.

Ante el Juicio Político que están tratando de realizarle al todavía Presidente Trump, se ve difícil que se apruebe este paquete y es una de las razones por las que el precio regresa a niveles “más congruentes”.

Se publicaron datos de inflación al productor, producción industrial y capacidad utilizada, con resultados con pocas sorpresas. A las 9 se publica el dato de Confianza de la Universidad de Michigan y estaremos atentos de probables disturbios en los 52 estados norteamericanos que se pronostican durante el fin de semana, ante la sucesión presidencial programada para el miércoles.

Técnicamente vemos un nivel importante en 19.88 con extensión a 19.93 en la parte alta, con soportes inmediatos marcados en 19.78 y 19.73.

Rangos iniciales 19.78/19.93.

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Asia-Pacific stock markets closed mixed this Friday, South Korea ́s Kospi led losses as it fell -2.03%, while Japanese Nikkei lost -0.62%, on the other hand Hong Kong ́s Hang Seng ended up +0.27% even after Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi plunged -10.26% after US President Donald Trump ́s administration placed them on the blacklist of alleged Chinese military companies. European stocks are

negative by mid-day, on concerns over new lockdown measures across Europe and rebound of Covid-19 cases in China. The Spaniard IBEX is -0.95% while German DAX is -0.91%. Futures in Wall Street are awaiting a negative opening, before the start of US corporate earnings season. Joe Biden, who will take office on January 20th announced yesterday details on the $1.9 trillion “American Rescue

Plan,” which includes direct payment to many struggling Americans of $1,400 and extended unemployment support until September. Retail Sales in the US sank for third straight month, falling- 0.7% in another sign that American economy keeps slowing down.

Oil is 452.68 USD per barrel, gold is $1,838.50 USD per ounce, British Pound is 1.36, the Euro is 1.2110 and the Peso is 19.86.

Coronavirus has reached 93,235,680 worldwide, with 1,996,948 deaths. Mexico has 1,588,369 official cases and 137,916 deaths.

US Markets will be closed on Monday, on Martin Luther King Day.

This Day in History!

A day like today in 1929, Martin Luther King, Jr. is born in Atlanta, Georgia, the son of a Baptist minister. King received a doctorate degree in theology and in 1955 helped organize the first major protest of the African American civil rights movement. The peaceful protests he led throughout the American South were often met with violence, but King and his followers persisted, and the movement gained momentum.

In 1963, Bayard Rustin and A. Philip Randolph led the massive March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom; the event’s grand finale was King’s famous “I Have a Dream” speech. Two hundred and fifty thousand people gathered outside the Lincoln Memorial to hear the stirring speech.

He was assassinated in Memphis, Tennessee, on April 4, 1968.

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