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Magazine Luiza (MGLU3), Usiminas (USIM5), Embraer (EMBR3) and more: Which stocks have most appreciated in each Government since FHC?

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Find out which actions have appreciated in each government since FHC (Image: REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli)

Usiminas 🇧🇷USIM5🇧🇷 Magazine Luiza 🇧🇷MGLU3🇧🇷 CCR 🇧🇷CCRO3🇧🇷 Directional 🇧🇷DIRR3) and embraer 🇧🇷EMBR3) are the five actions that have appreciated the most since the beginning of the mandate of Fernando Henrique Cardoso (FHC), shows a survey of Economática/TC🇧🇷

Specialists calculated the cumulative return of each company over the FHC governments, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva🇧🇷 Dilma Rousseff🇧🇷 Michel Temer and Jair Bolsonaro🇧🇷 For this, only stocks included in the index were considered. Ibovespa at the end of each period, in order to capture the movements of the shares with greater liquidity.

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In the first and second FHC administrations, the actions of banespa and embraer were the bullish highlights. During Lula’s mandates, the highest valuations were Usiminas and MMX🇧🇷

The two times that Dilma took office, Yduqs and RayDrogasil did better on the Ibovespa. Finally, in the years of To fear and Bolsonaro as presidents, Magazine Luiza and Petrorio, respectively, were the highlights.

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The objective of the Economatica survey is to identify the market’s reaction since the election of each president.

See the stocks that lost the most in value here.

the biggest highs

The shares that appreciated the most since Fernando Henrique Cardoso took office were:

  • Usiminas1823% in the Lula I government;
  • Magazine Luiza1470% in the Temer government;
  • CCR1458% in the Lula I Government;
  • Directional1276% in Lula I;
  • embraer1229% in FHC II.
Government Actions
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Stocks that appreciated the most by value in each government

Government Fernando Henrique Cardoso I and II

In the first four years of Fernando Henrique Cardoso’s term, between 1995 and 1999, the biggest increase was Banespa (529%). The top 5 still has Itaú Unibanco (123%), Ambev (120%), Souza Cruz (83%) and Telefonica Brazil (78%). The Ibovespa rose 22% in the period.

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In the second term, until 2003, the embraer rose 1,229%, followed by Fibria (886%), Aracruz (718%), Petrobras (640%) and Gerdau (551%). The Ibovespa rose 31% during FHC’s second term.

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Lula I and II Government

In Lula’s first four years as president, from 2003 to 2007, the highest increase was Usiminas (1,823%), followed by CCR (1,458%), National Steel Industry (1,276%), Metalúrgica Gerdau (1,027%) and Gerdau (764%). The main B3 index rose 323% in the period.

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In the second term, the highest returns were lower than in the previous government. THE MMX was the highlight and rose 263%, followed by Souza Cruz (245%), São Paulo Transmission (244%), National Steel Industry (241%) and exceed (198%).

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Government Dilma I and II

When Dilma arrived in government, between 2011 and 2015, the highest increases were Yduqs (311%), sky (276%), Ambev (167%), BRF (142%) and embraer (121%). Unlike previous years, the Ibovespa fell 22% during the PT’s first term.

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In the period of 1 year and 8 months of Dilma’s second government, until the impeachment in 2016, the highest increases were RayDrogasil (193%), Equatorial (122%), Renner stores (90%), B3 (80%) and American stores (73%). During this term, the Ibovespa rose 10%.


Temer government

In the Temer government, from August 2016 to 2019, the biggest gainers in value were Magazine Luiza (1,470%), Bradespar (292%), OK (275%), Fibria (240%) and braskem (168%). The Brazilian Stock Exchange index appreciated by 36%.

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Bolsonaro government

In today’s government, Jair Bolsonarowho took office in 2019 and ends his mandate in 2023, petroleum (1,140%), Positive (550%), BTG Bank (409%), PAN Bank (362%) and copel (353%) were the highlights. In the same period, the Ibovespa accumulated a rise of 39%.


Source: Moneytimes

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