Ibovespa, the benchmark stock index in Brazil, rebounded after Thursday’s risk-aversion state of mind and rose by 1.09% Friday, closing at 68,714.66 points, increased by the rise in oil and iron ore rates abroad.
That was Ibovespa’s greatest closing level because Might 16, right prior to the outbreak of a corruption scandal involving the JBS owner Joesley Batista and the Brazilian President Michel Temer. In the week, Ibovespa increased 2.01%.
Abroad, the costs of oil futures contracts nearby more than 3% higher. In the face of the move, Petrobras’ favored shares (PETR4) were among the greatest gains of the Ibovespa today, rising 4.06%. Vale’s shares (VALE3), for its turn, advanced 1.44% after the gratitude of iron ore rates in China.
Shares of steelmakers followed and also carried out well. Usiminas (USIM5 1%) also announced a new steel increase for suppliers since September 1, at 13.1%.
On the other hand, the locally traded U.S. dollar closed the session 1% lower against the real, at R$ 3.1470, in line with the forced and outdoors by responses in the prices of commodities such as oil and iron ore. Some optimism about the fiscal issue and the costs cuts, which are anticipated to return to discuss next week, have actually helped to reduce the currency’s fall.
For the next week, House Broker Modalmais’s Alvaro Bandeira believes that the Ibovespa may continue to provide a favorable movement, but he mentions that it is necessary to enjoy the political scenes in Brazil and the U.S.
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