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Dollar remains above R$5.40 and Ibovespa retreats; see what to expect from the day, in addition to low liquidity

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Ibovespa futures falls and dollar rises at the opening of this Monday (Image: Facebook/B3)

O ibovespa future opened this Monday (28) in fall of 0.74%, quoted at 108,610 points. The day before, Friday (25), the futures index closed the trading session in the red, with a devaluation of 3.16%, at 109,420 points.

Just this morning, at 9:01 am, the dollar operated at a high of 0.19%, worth R$ 5.4200. On Thursday (24), the currency was sold at R$ 5.41.

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O dollar soared, going to its highest level in four months, and the Ibovespa retreated after Fernando Haddad’s speech at a Febraban event, amid the perception that he is the favorite for the post of Minister of Finance for Lula (PT) and not gave concrete signals about the fiscal policy of the new government.

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Ibovespa today has Brazil in football and China in the markets

O Ibovespa starts the week again hampered by the game of the Brazilian team in world Cup🇧🇷 This time, the match will be in the early afternoon (1 pm), which tends to sharpen the back and forth of trading throughout the day, draining liquidity. Even so, the bias for the Brazilian stock market is negative, amid protests in China against Covid Zero policy.

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A harsher reality in the Asian country in the face of restrictive measures to stop the spread of covid-19 is undermining the sentiment of global markets this monday. Protests were seen in some neighborhoods in Beijing, Shanghai, Chengdu and Wuhan, among other Chinese cities, as well as some important universities in the capital.

*With Olivia Bulla

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