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No Ibovespa shares fell this Thursday; see the hits of the day

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Americanas shot up 11% on the Stock Exchange this Thursday (24) (Image: Disclosure)

All actions of Ibovespa rose on Thursday (24) due to lower liquidity for the market.

on a day without Wall Street and with Brazil beating Serbia by two to zero in their debut in the 2022 World Cupthe main index of the Brazilian Stock Exchange rose 2.74%, to 111,831.16 points.

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The shares of Petrobras 🇧🇷PETR3🇧🇷PETR4) served as support for the Ibovespa. The company’s ordinary shares rose 3.88%, while preferred shares rose 3.46%, after PT Senator Jean Paul Prates spoke about the company’s pricing policy.

However, it was the Americans 🇧🇷AMER3) that flashed. The retailer’s action e-commerce soared 11.02%, quoted at R$ 11.18. O retail was dominant in the positive highlights this Thursday, reflecting the fall in future interest rates.

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The market digested the data from the IPCA-15 of November, which rose 0.53%, after rising 0.16% in the previous month. The acceleration was driven by fuel prices. The expectation in a Reuters poll was for an advance of 0.56%.

Rodrigo Cohen, investment analyst and co-founder of Escola de Investimentos, adds that the minutes of the last meeting of the Federal Reserve (Fed)central bank of the United States, released yesterday, highlighting the expectation of a smaller acceleration in the pace of hikes in American interest rates, relieved markets, which was reflected today in Brazil as well.

As a result, the actions of sum group 🇧🇷SUM3) rose 8.56%, followed by meliuz 🇧🇷CASH3), which advanced 8.18%.

The weakest role was Klabin 🇧🇷KLBN11), which closed up 0.42%.

Check out the five biggest Ibovespa highs of the day:

Company ticker Variation
Americans AMER3 +11.02%
sum group SUM3 +8.56%
meliuz CASH3 +8.18%
pan bank BPAN4 +7%
Rede D’Or RDOR3 +6.92%

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