main index of Brazilian Stock Exchange (B3)O Ibovespa closed higher this Thursday, the 24th. The gains occur after two consecutive days of decline.
The current quotation of the Ibovespa closed close to 112 thousand points. Thus, the indicator recorded a 2.7% increase. At the same time, the dollar fell 1.2% and ended the session quoted at R$5.31. Thus, the US currency returned to practically the same price as it closed on Monday.
This Thursday’s results occurred amid the reduction in liquidity caused by the Thanksgiving celebrations in the United States. Within Brazil, news that Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (PT) will not intervene in Petrobras, as well as that economist Pérsio Arida may join the new government, may have improved investors’ mood.