O Ibovespa (IBOV) closed this Monday (15) up 0.24%, above 113 thousand points, even with the pressure of weak data from China.
The benchmark index of B3 (B3SA3) received support from e-commerce retail stocks, which followed the opposite movement of commodity stocks and soared in today’s trading session.
the papers of Magazine Luiza (MGLU3) jumped 12.85%, while shares of Via (VIIA3), owner of Bahia houses and Pointrecorded gains of 14.47%.
Both companies released their results last Thursday. While Via positively surprised the market by recording a profit of R$ 6 million in the second quarter of the year, Magazine Luiza presented its third consecutive loss.
THE American (AMER3) was the positive highlight of the day, closing with an appreciation of 18.29%, even after the retailer reported net loss of BRL 98 million in the second quarter of the year.
Régis Chinchilla and Luis Novaes, from Land Investmentsbelieve that, even with the balance sheet a little below the projected, the expectation of improvement in retail and lower interest rates places the company among the most valued securities.
O Méliuz (CASH3) ended up more than 14%, with the market waiting for the technology company’s quarterly results.
Among the biggest drops, the IRB (IRBR3) was highlighted. The reinsurer melted almost 10%, which said it is studying the possibility of carrying out a fundraising operation, which in principle would consist of a subsequent public offering of primary distribution of shares.
THE CSN (CSNA3) and the 3R Petroleum (RRRP3), with exposure to commodities, fell by 4.55% and 3.51%, respectively, and were among the main lows of the Ibovespa.
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