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

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

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Investing.com – Investors await data from the jobs report in the United States, while reviewing financial statements from big techs such as Apple, Amazon and Meta. In Brazil, industrial production and expectations for the release of quarterly information from large banks next week remain on the radar.

The market projects that the US economy created 187 thousand new jobs in January, compared to 216 thousand in the previous month, with growth from 3.7% to 3.8%. Follow the result on Investing.com’s Economic Calendar.

Three of the Magnificent 7 stocks that featured prominently in the markets last year filed quarterly reports after trading yesterday. Meta Platforms (NASDAQ:) reported an increase in revenue driven by advertising, in addition to announcing the payment of its first dividend. Amazon (NASDAQ:) impressed with growth in cloud and e-commerce spending in the seasonally most favorable quarter for online shopping. Contrary to both, Apple (NASDAQ:) upset analysts and projected a drop in iPhone sales and revenues below expectations.

At 9:18 am (Brasília time), it rose 1.05%, gained 0.66% and presented a positive change of 0.11%. The had a devaluation of 0.10% and the dollar lost 0.12% to R$4.9106.

The , a reference in the United States, was up 0.23%, at US$73.99, and registered an increase of 0.23% at US$78.88.

Vale’s (NYSE:) ADRs lost 0.80%, to US$13.61, and Petrobras’ (NYSE:) gained 0.74%, to US$17.62.

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News of the day

— The Consumer Price Index (IPC), which measures inflation in the city of São Paulo, rose 0.46% in January, according to data from the Economic Research Institute Foundation (Fipe).

— Brazilian industrial production grew 1.1% in December compared to November, in the seasonally adjusted series. Thus, in 2023, the increase was 0.2%, after a retraction of 0.7% in 2022, according to the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE).

Collection from the super rich — The federal government’s collection from offshore and exclusive funds was surprising, according to the Secretary of the National Treasury, Rogério Ceron, according to Folha de S. Paulo. With preliminary data, Ceron does not expect a budget blockage in March.

Energy consumption — Brazil consumed 69,363 average megawatts of electricity in 2023, an increase of 3.7%, according to a study by the Electric Energy Trading Chamber (CCEE).

Agenda of the day

Roberto Campos Neto — Internal dispatches in São Paulo.

Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva — Ceremony commemorating the 132nd anniversary of the Port of Santos and Announcement of Investments in the Santos-Guarujá Submerged Tunnel, lunch in honor of President Lula and Vice-President Geraldo Alckmin, meeting with union leaders, visit to the production line production, ceremony announcing the new investment cycle of Volkswagen (ETR:) in Brazil.

Fernando Haddad — Celebration of the 132nd Anniversary of the Port of Santos and Announcement of Investments in the Santos-Guarujá Submerged Tunnel and meeting with Jean Paul Prates, president of Petrobras.

Corporate News

Petrobras (BVMF:) — Petrobras will release its production and sales report for the period next Thursday, February 8th. The financial results for the fourth quarter of 2023 will be revealed on March 7th.

Grupo Casas Bahia (BVMF:) — In response to a request for clarification from the Securities and Exchange Commission (CVM), the retailer informed that there is currently no definition regarding fundraising through the issuance of debentures.

Nubank (BVMF:) — The “Street Mode” security feature exceeds 1.5 million users, highlighted the fintech in a note. The feature is most popular among adults aged 25 to 44.

Totvs (BVMF:) — Totvs announced the acquisition of Quiver by the subsidiary Dimensa for the amount of R$115 million.

Itaú Unibanco (BVMF:) — Itaú Unibanco announced the issuance of R$1 billion in financial bills, with the aim of acquiring a “real estate project”, as communicated to the market.

Tesla (NASDAQ:) — Tesla opened its first store in South America this week in the Chilean capital, Santiago.

Vittia (BVMF:)— Gilmar Chbâne Bosso resigned from his position as effective member of the Board of Directors, with immediate effect.

Yduqs (BVMF:) — Fidelity acquired 15,620,503 common shares, representing approximately 5.05% of the total common shares issued by the company.

GPS (BVMF:) — The subsidiary Top Service Serviços e Sistemas concluded the purchase of all the emission quotas from the company Marfood.

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