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Brazil: After a good first half, Bovespa should end 2021 with annual decline

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - For the first time since 2015, when the country entered an economic recession, the Brazilian stock market is expected to register an annual decline in 2021.

The Ibovespa, the main stock index of the B3, closed the trading session on Wednesday (12/29) at 104,107 points, accumulating in the partial year a loss of 12.53%.

This Thursday (12/30) will be the last trading session of the year.

Six years ago, when the impeachment process of former president Dilma Rousseff (PT) began, Ibovespa accumulated a loss of 13.3%. In 2020, the first year . . .

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