Brazil’s Ibovespa rises 1.85% with less political tension and positive external scenario

In a session marked by strong highs, the share of Méliuz (CASH3) extended its appreciation for the third straight trading session, soaring 12.8% and closing at the top of Ibovespa.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Ibovespa index closed the trading session on September 13 up 1.85%, at 116,404 points. The movement occurs amid the positive tone of the international market and the relief of tension in Brasilia after a week of political turbulence.

The dollar followed its devaluation against other currencies in the foreign exchange market and fell 0.84% to 5.224 reais.

Even with the prospect of a turbulent scenario until next year's elections, the market's perception was that the political scene is a little calmer this early in the week, which helps the . . .

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