Brazilian markets fell at close of trade; Bovespa down 1.25%

Investing. com – Brazilian stocks fell after close on Thursday Industry, Raw material and Finance.

At the close of the São Paulo stock market Bovespa fell 1.25%.

Bovespa and exhibited the most adequate performance of the session.

(mtag101702) IGUATEMI ON NM (SA: IGTA3) trades at 40.31, up 1.74% or 0.69 points. Meanwhile

(mtag101702) BR MALLS PAR ON NM (SA: BRML3) trading at 10.07 with an increase of 0.50% or 0.05 points

(mtag101702) LOJAS RENNER ON NM (SA: LREN3) trades at 44.57, up 0.34% or 0.15 points.

The worst performance of the session, Companhia Siderurgica Nacional (SA: CSNA3) fell 4.42%, or 2.04 points, to close at 44.09.

(mtag101702) SUL AMERICA UNT N2 (SA: SULA11) traded at 32.37, down 3.92% or 1.32 points

(mtag101702) WEG ON EJ NM (SA: WEGE3) trades at 34.73, losing 3.69% or 1.33 points.

While the number of stocks that lost value in the São Paulo Exchange was 636, those that gained value were determined as 284. In addition, 33 shares remained stable.

Implied volatility measurer for Bovespa CBOE Brazil Etf Volatility dropped 14.04% to 35.33 points.

Gold Futures for August delivery gained 0.06%, or 1.15, at $1 an ounce. It is trading at 803.25 level. On commodities, on the other hand, Crude Oil WTI Futures for August delivery rose 1.43%, or 1.03%, to trade at $73.23 a barrel. Meanwhile, American Coffee C Futures for September delivery were up 1.87%, or 2.80, at $152.75.

USD/BRL is trading at 5.2541, up 0.43%, while EUR/BRL is trading at 6.2226, up 0.90%.

Dollar Index Futures traded at 92,380, down 0.29%.

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