Ibovespa retreats after better-than-expected US employment data

Ibovespa retreats after better-than-expected US employment data
Ibovespa retreats after better-than-expected US employment data
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Bloomberg Línea — The Ibovespa (IBOV) was falling in trading this Friday (2). The main index of the Brazilian stock exchange fell 0.90% to 127,636.39 points, at around 11:03 am, Brasília time, after the release of the United States jobs report (payroll, in English).

The dollar, in turn, was traded at R$4.94, up 0.57% at the same time.

The US payroll came in above expectations, with the country’s statistics department indicating the creation of 353,000 jobs in January, compared to a median expectation of 185,000 jobs created last month, according to Bloomberg.

The markets this morning (10:40 am Brasília time):

  • Dollar: +0.68%
  • Euro: +0.21%
  • Bitcoin: -0.53%

The stocks with the highest appreciation were:

The worst performers were:

  • Fleury (FLRY3), with -0.73%
  • Petroreconcavo (RECV3), with -1.04%
  • Prio (PRIO3), with -1.41%

The most traded shares this morning were:

In trading yesterday, February 1st, the Ibovespa closed in the black, up 0.57%, at 128,481 points. The trading volume was R$1,022,647,000.

The shares with the biggest increases were: GPA (PCAR3), with +6.91%; CVC (CVCB3), with +5.15%; Carrefour Brasil (CRFB3), with +3.36%.

The ones with the biggest drop were: Alpargatas (ALPA4), with -2.10%; Marfrig (MRFG3), with -2.23%; 3R (RRRP3), with -2.45%.

During the year, the Ibovespa accumulated a drop of 4.25% until the previous trading session.

— Content created with the help of automated data from Bloomberg

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