RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Despite the easing of tensions in the international financial market, the dollar recorded its highest daily rise in two months and the stock market dropped again in Brazil.
The commercial dollar closed Thursday, January 9th, at R$4.086, with an appreciation of 0.85 percent (R$0.035). In percentage values, this was the highest rise in a day since November 8th, when the currency appreciated 1.83 percent.
In the stock market, the B3 Ibovespa index closed at 115,946 points, a 0.26 percent drop. In decline for the fourth consecutive session, the . . .