Brazilian stock markets fell after Friday’s close, as shares in the Raw Materials, Real Estate, and Electricity sectors fell.
At the close of the São Paulo stock exchange, Bovespa was down 0.98%.
Companhia Brasileira De Distribuica (SA:PCAR3), which traded under Bovespa and performed best in the session, was up 4.30% or 1.68 points at 40.73. Meanwhile, RAIADROGASIL ON NM (SA: RADL3) was up 3.99% or 1.01 points at 26.30, while Natura & Co SA (SA: NTCO3) was up 2.89% or 1.37 points at 48.74.
Braskem SA (SA: BRKM5), the worst performer of the session, closed down 6.90% or 3.89 points at 52.50. Azul SA Pref (SA: AZUL4) was down 4.21% or 1.69 points at 38.50, while Cvc Brasil ON (SA: CVCB3) lost 4.12% or 1.03 points to 23.97.
The number of stocks gaining value on the São Paulo Stock Exchange was 518, while the number of devalued stocks was 404. In addition, 36 stocks remained stable.
CBOE Brazil Etf Volatility, which measures implied volatility for Bovespa, held steady at 34.58%. It hit a 52-week low.
June gold futures were down 0.01% or 0.25% at $1,768.05 an ounce. Meanwhile, in commodities, June Crude Oil WTI Futures were down 2.35% or 1.53% at $63.48 a barrel. Meanwhile, American Coffee C Futures for July futures were down 1.01% or 1.45% at $141.55.
USD/BRL was up 1.87% at 5.4373, while EUR/BRL was up 1.05% at 6.5362.
Dollar Index Futures are trading at 91.280, up 0.76%.