Nicaragua: Is the Stock Market Rebounding?

In the stock market, $43 million in stock documents were traded during January, which is 123% more than the amount reported for the same month in 2018, contrasting with the negative variations that have been registered since the political crisis began in April 2018.

Tuesday, February 4, 2020

The figures from the Nicaraguan Stock Exchange show that between January 2019 and the same month in 2020, stock market negotiations grew by $24 million, from $19 million to $43 million.

Although a considerable increase was registered at the beginning of 2020, the figures that are negotiated are far from what was reported in the same month of 2018, since during that period which is previous to the crisis, $424 million were negotiated.

Laprensa.com.ni reviews that "... In the first month of the year, 89% of the total transactions were made by the public sector, while the private sector negotiated 11% of the global volume."

The article adds that "... Similarly, given the lack of certainty, investors have opted for short-term transactions. According to stock market figures, 41% of total securities were with maximum terms of seven days, 25% opted for 180-day investment and 12% invested for 60 days."

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