For the third day in a row, the Ibovespa, the main index of the Brazilian Stock Exchange (B3), closed on Monday, Jan. 16, down 1.54%, at 109,212 points.
The day was of low liquidity because of a holiday in the United States, with investors fearing the judicial recovery of the retailer Americanas and with speculation about the increase in the minimum wage in a value above the budget.
The main national export product's drop in the commodities market was also registered on Monday.
In China, there is the possibility of investigating companies that would have practiced irregularities . . .