São Paulo stock exchange advances 1.72%, dollar falls 1.96%, after Bolsonaro repositioning

The São Paulo Stock Exchange partially recovered and added 1,948 units to its main indicator, on a day in which the preferred shares of the state-owned oil company Petrobras, which rose 2.12%, were the most traded.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The São Paulo stock exchange reversed on Thursday part of the losses registered the day before and advanced 1.72%, with its Ibovespa index, the benchmark of the trading floor, rising to 115,360 points, after Brazil's president, Jair Bolsonaro called for pacification in the country.

The market in São Paulo closed the previous day with a sharp drop of 3.78%. Investors reacted to the protests . . .

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