O ibovespa future opened the trading session this Wednesday (29) up 0.45%, quoted at 102,330 points. With the agendas of indicators and official of the president Lula (PT) are emptied, the market gains more time to digest the minutes of the Monetary Policy Committee (Copom), released yesterday, and prepare for the release of the new tax framework any time.
The future Ibovespa today follows the stock indices of New York, which dawned at firm highs, giving pace to the European session, after gains in Hong Kong and Tokyo. Greater stability in currencies and interest rates also favors, including commodities. O Petroleum and the iron ore advance.
Around 8:47 am, Dow Jones, S&P 500 It is nasdaq advanced 0.75%, 0.89% and 0.94%, respectively.
Meanwhile, the dollar traded down 0.13% in today’s trading session, quoted at R$5.1590. The day before, the currency was traded at R$5.16.
Abroad, the US currency retreats against other currencies, and due to the perception that the central bank will maintain the basic rate of fees at higher levels in the short term.
Behind the movement is also the perception that the banking crisis that hit institutions in the U.S and the Europe was softened, which increased risk appetite. This movement was replicated in the Brazil.
Ibovespa (IBOV) awaits fiscal rule to close March in style
O Ibovespa (IBOV) should take advantage of the appetite for shares abroad this Wednesday and go beyond 100 thousand points, a day after having recovered the symbolic mark.
Investors may even be surprised by this lull in global markets. After all, the turbulence that shook risk assets throughout this month was intense.
Therefore, one should not rule out the chance of “beautifying the wallets” in this final stretch of March and, to boot, of the first quarter of the year. By the way, this calendar factor seems to contribute to a more positive dynamic in the markets. In addition, the accommodation of fears regarding a large-scale banking crisis also helps.
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