RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Despite the high volatility that marked the week, the São Paulo stock exchange closed this Friday with an accumulated weekly gain of 2.22% and its Ibovespa index, the benchmark of the trading floor, stood at 120,677 points at the close of the day.
On Friday, the main indicator of the São Paulo market advanced by 1.65% and added 1,953 points, boosted by the oil sector and the increases in the price of international crude oil. Thus, the preferred shares of the state-owned oil company Petrobras were the most traded . . .