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    Ibovespa (IBOV): Market reflects quarterly results; BBDC4 rises 1.2% and ALPA4 drops 13.5%

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    The share of Alpargatas was the negative highlight of the Ibovespa this Friday (5) (Image: Facebook/Havaianas)

    O Ibovespa (IBOV) extended the gains of the last trading session and closed up 0.55% this Friday (5), marking 106,471.92 points.

    Stocks from the oil and gas sector, as well as mining and steel companies, helped to keep the index in the positive field.

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    The actions of Petrobras (PETR3;PETR4) closed up 1.74% (common) and 1.93% (preferred), although they were not the highlights among the oil companies.

    3R Petroleum (RRRP3) and PetroRio (PRIOR3) rose further – 2.82% and 3.08%, respectively – with the boost in oil prices.

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    the mining company OK (VALE3) posted gains of 1.3%, despite the fall in iron ore in China. THE CSN (CSNA3) appreciated by 2.67% in the trading session.

    Banks also performed well, with Bradesco (BBDC4) closing up 1.2% after the release of its results. The company reported higher-than-expected figures, with second-quarter recurring net income coming in at R$7.04 billion.

    On the negative side, the espadrilles (ALPA4) melted 13.54%. The market did not like the company’s results, although for the XP Investimentos the numbers were “slightly above expectations”.

    E-commerce players also fell, reversing yesterday’s positive trend. the action of American (AMER3) dropped 7.82%, while Magazine Luiza (MGLU3) and Via (VIIA3) showed devaluations of 5.39% and 3.05%, respectively.

    Fleury (FLRY3) lost 6.65% today, with the market digesting the company’s balance sheet.

    THE Tent (TEND3), which is not part of the Ibovespa, soared 31.5%. Analyzing the results of the construction company, XP Investimentos evaluates the most selective company in terms of launches and sales to focus on profitability and growth.

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