The owner of Grupo Carso went from having 55.8 million dollars to 49.8 million dollars.
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It was a “black Monday” for the international market and for Carlos Slim . The Mexican tycoon lost more than 6 billion dollars in his net worth, according to Bloomberg .
According to Milenio , the owner of Grupo Carso went from having 55.8 million dollars to 49.8 million dollars. Likewise, the Mexican Stock Exchange (BMV) , América Móvil , had a movement of -8.39%, the Slim group suffered a 6.3% drop and Inbursa fell 6.33 percent.
Thus, the S P / BMV IPC stock index fell 6.42% to 38,730.56 points with a volume of 206.5 million shares traded. This becomes its worst session since October 2008 and its minimum closing level since August. Slim lost two million dollars at the close of the Mexican market.
Likewise, other Mexican millionaires also reported losses in their fortunes, among them is Sara Mota de Larrea , main shareholder of Grupo Mexico, who lost 255 million dollars; Alberto Bailleres , president of the Bal Group, whose fortune fell 153 million dollars; and Juan Beckmann , 80.3 million dollars.
The international market has also faced its complications. In the United States, the three Wall Street indicators showed great losses as they closed as follows: the Dow Jones with 7.79%, the Nasdaq with 7.29% and the Standard Poor's 500 with 7.61 percent.
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