©Reuters. The Sao Paulo Stock Exchange falls 1.72% and loses 2.41% in the week
Sao Paulo, March 11 (.).- The index, the main benchmark of the Sao Paulo Stock Exchange, fell 1.72% this Friday and at the end of the week stood at 111,713 points, according to consolidated data from the closing of the day.
During the week, the indicator accumulated a negative variation of 2.41%.
The Brazilian stock market was once aligned with the international scenario and despite having moved on positive ground, it was knocked down by the worsening of the war in Ukraine and fell by more than 2%.
The São Paulo market registered this Friday a financial volume of 28,292 million reais (about 5,597 million dollars) and totaled almost 4 million transactions.
With some oscillations, the largest Latin American stock market by traded volume moved this Friday between a maximum score of 114,627 integers, when it advanced 0.84%, and a minimum of 111,331 units, with a momentary drop of 2.05%. .
After a decrease of 0.21% on Thursday, the indicator subtracted another 1,950 units from its accumulated score this Friday.
On a favorable day for telecommunications, gains were led by ordinary paper from Telefónica Brasil (SA:), which advanced 1.16%, followed by similar ones from its competitor TIM Brasil (+0.95%) and from the paper and pulp producer Klabin (+0.87%).
The losses in the stock market, meanwhile, were led by the ordinary shares of the real estate construction company MRV (-11.89%), seconded by those of the same type of the Meliuz electronic commerce coupon platform (-8.37%) and the chicken meat export giant Marfrig (-6.85%).
The most traded titles on the day were the preferential ones of the state oil company Petrobras (NYSE:) (-3.59%).
In the foreign exchange market, the dollar appreciated 0.76% against the real and ended the last day of the week trading at 5.053 reais for purchase and 5.054 for sale at the Brazilian commercial exchange rate.
In the five sessions of the week, the US currency devalued 0.45% against the Brazilian denomination.
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