The Ibovespa fell to 98,000 points on Thursday (23), out of sync with the good mood of international markets.
Around noon (Brasília time), the index gave way to 0.5%, while the dollar advanced after new government criticism of the Central Bank.
Weighing on the Brazilian stock market are the fall of the shares of mining company Vale, in another day of fall for iron ore, in addition to the sharp decline of retailers in the B3 with the yield curve pressured after a more harsh statement from the Central Bank.
For example, shares of Magazine Luiza fell . . .
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