By xeto official 2022
The Ibovespa closed up 0.77% this Thursday, 20, for the fourth consecutive day, at 117,171 points.
The main index of the Brazilian stock exchange performed well, driven by the shares of state-owned companies
In Wall Street, the day was negative, with the main US market indices closing lower this Thursday. The Dow Jones
In Europe, stocks closed slightly higher, in a trading session marked by British Prime Minister’s resignation Liz Truss
this morning. She took over on September 6 as British Prime Minister after Boris Johnson resigned in early July following a series of scandals
the resignation of several ministers. She spent 44 days in office, the shortest government in UK history.
After the fall of Liz Truss, the British currency gained new bullish traction, and the London Stock Exchange closed up 0.27%.
Driven by the value of food, inflation in the UK is higher than in Brazil. The result appears in the comparison between