RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In a day of few encouraging news, the Ibovespa index overcame negative pressure from abroad on Friday (19) and closed slightly higher, returning to 103,000 points.
Analysts say that investors realized that the drops in the Stock Exchange in recent days were excessive and looked at assets with greater calm, which led to a specific trend of price recomposition. Despite yesterday's high, the index has accumulated a drop in the week and is now negative in November.
The index's main stocks played against each other in the session. While Petrobras closed down 1 . . .