what to expect from business at B3 this Monday By Investing.com

what to expect from business at B3 this Monday By Investing.com
what to expect from business at B3 this Monday By Investing.com
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Investing.com – Data from the American labor market, including job creation and , will be on investors’ radar this week after the holidays.

The second begins with the Easter holiday in the United Kingdom and the release of S&P Global in Brazil. In Asian markets, data signals that the economic recovery is gaining momentum. Chinese industrial activity advanced at the fastest pace in thirteen months, according to the Caixin/S&P Global PMI, rising to 51.1 in March, against 50.9 in the previous month. It has already contracted in March for the tenth month in a row, with the au Jibun Bank for the sector at 48.2 points in March, although better than the 47.2 in February.

Last Friday, during a holiday, the United States learned the inflation data preferred by the (Fed, US central bank). The price index rose 0.3% in February, below economists’ estimate of 0.4%, while the core price index, which excludes volatile prices such as energy and food, rose 0.3%, in line with projections. from the market.

At 9:09 am (Brasília time), it rose 0.25%, gained 0.13% and presented a positive change of 0.15%. The was up 0.15% and was up 0.14%, at R$5.0221. They have already reached a new record high, as a weaker PCE reading increases bets on Fed interest cuts in June. Gold futures rose 1.17% to US$2,264.70.

The , a reference in the United States, fell 0.53%, to US$82.73, and registered losses of 0.54% to US$86.53. fell 1.15%, to US$$69,559.

Vale’s (NYSE:) ADRs gained 0.41% pre-opening, to US$12.24, and Petrobras’ (NYSE:) rose 1.05% to US$15.37.

News of the day

Budget blockage — Cities and Transport are the ministries most affected by the blocking of R$2.9 billion in the federal government’s Budget, according to G1.

Adjustment in medicines — Medicines have become 4.5% more expensive in Brazil since Sunday, after an adjustment authorized by the Medicines Market Regulation Chamber of the National Health Surveillance Agency (Anvisa).

Emissions — Changes in the rules imposed by the National Monetary Council (CMN) led to a decrease in issuances of real estate and agribusiness letters of credit (LCI and LCA) and an increase in the number of agribusiness and real estate receivables certificates (CRAs and CRIs), reported The leaf.

Agenda of the day

Roberto Campos Neto — Vacation, is replaced by Director Paulo Picchetti.

Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva — Meetings with ministers from the Secretariat of Social Communication, Paulo Pimenta, from the General Secretariat, Márcio Macêdo, from Health, Nísia Trindade, from the Civil House, Rui Costa, from Finance, Fernando Haddad, and from Mines and Energy , Alexandre Silveira.

Fernando Haddad — Meeting with President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.

Corporate News

GPA (BVMF:) — After the American Depositary Shares (ADSs), which represent the company’s common shares, fell below the criteria of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), the Board of Directors approved its delisting.

IRB (BVMF:) — IRB’s net profit reached R$37.9 million in the fourth quarter of last year, against a loss of R$38.8 million in 4Q22. He temporarily elected Marcos Pessôa de Queiroz Falcão, current president and investor relations director, to the position of financial vice-president.

Marisa Lojas (BVMF:) — Marisa called an Ordinary and Extraordinary General Meeting for April 30, 2024 to deal with matters such as administrators’ remuneration and changes in the number of board members.

Petrobras (BVMF:) — Studies carried out by the scientific community in the Foz do Amazonas basin, on the Equatorial Margin, confirm models carried out by the Brazilian state-owned oil company.

Renova Energia (BVMF:) — The company chose to discontinue the disclosure of projections and estimates about future performance, the guidance.

Hapvida (BVMF:) — Hapvida reported an adjusted net profit of R$330.5 million between October and December, an annual expansion of 104.8%.

Taesa (BVMF:) — Signed a protocol for the incorporation of its subsidiary Miracema Transmissora de Energia Elétrica.

Fertilizers Heringer (BVMF:) — The Board of Directors approved the hiring of KPMG to act as independent auditor.

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