©Reuters. The São Paulo Stock Exchange rises 1.98%, encouraged by the great values
Sao Paulo, March 18 (.).- The Sao Paulo Stock Exchange advanced 1.98% this Friday and its index, a benchmark for the parquet, stood at 115,310 points at the end of the day, encouraged by the good performance of the large values.
After operating for much of the week in negative territory, amid the tensions caused by the war in Ukraine, the São Paulo circle gained encouragement the day before, when it rebounded 1.77%, and chained, this Friday, its second consecutive rise.
Thus, the Brazilian square ended the week with an accumulated rise of 3.22% during the five days.
As usual in Sao Paulo, shares in mining giant Vale, which gained 1.90%, and preferred shares in state oil company Petrobras (NYSE:), which rose 2.00%, were respectively the most traded during the trading session.
However, it was the ordinary titles of the educational group YDUQS that led the biggest gains of the day, climbing an expressive 11.30%.
Likewise, the tourism company CVC Brasil, which gained 9.80%, and the ordinary ones of the energy company Eneva, which were valued 9.72%, also ended the day in terms of profits.
On the loss side, the shares of the Fleury laboratory network were the ones that lost the most value today, depreciating by 2.14%.
It was followed by the ordinary papers of the food group Minerva Foods, which yielded 1.11%, and the ordinary papers of the Pao de Açucar supermarket chain, with a fall of 0.57%.
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