^BVSP - IBOVESPA

Sao Paolo - Sao Paolo Delayed Price. Currency in BRL
87,432.11
+1,012.54 (+1.17%)
As of 12:25PM BRST. Market open.
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Previous Close86,419.57
Open86,419.92
Volume0
Day's Range86,419.92 - 87,731.94
52 Week Range69,069.00 - 91,242.00
Avg. Volume4,431,111
  • The Wall Street Journal3 days ago

    [$$] Stock Investors Seek Shelter Overseas

    Investors are returning to emerging markets, hoping to find bargains after one of the worst selloffs in years. Flows into developing countries’ stocks and bonds surged in November to $33.9 billion, their highest level since January, data from the Institute of International Finance showed. After years of double-digit returns, emerging markets have been slammed in 2018 by a host of concerns, from a stubbornly strong dollar to a trade conflict between the U.S. and China.

  • Reuters7 days ago

    EMERGING MARKETS-Most LatAm currencies weaken, U.S. yields in focus

    A soft dollar did little to support Latin American currencies in early trade on Wednesday as a flattening of part of the U.S. Treasury yield curve fed investor worries about slackening global growth, with ...

  • Reuters8 days ago

    EMERGING MARKETS-Latam stocks, FX fall as trade and growth worries sour global sentiment

    Emerging market shares and currencies declined on Tuesday, in line with world markets, as investors fretted that an inversion of part of the U.S. Treasury yield curve could signal a looming recession and ...

  • BlackRock’s Landers Says Brazil ‘Attractive’ on Growth Pickup
    Bloomberg8 days ago

    BlackRock’s Landers Says Brazil ‘Attractive’ on Growth Pickup

    Landers, who was born in Brazil but has lived in the U.S. for decades, is one of the few names from foreign shops who’s bullish on the South American country. Foreign investors have pulled 9 billion reais ($2.35 billion) from Brazilian shares this year, on pace for the worst exodus since at least 2010, as they wait for more clarity on whether President-elect Jair Bolsonaro can deliver on promises to shore up the budget.

  • Reuters13 days ago

    EMERGING MARKETS-Latam shares, FX rise; Brazil stocks hit record high

    Latin American shares rose on Thursday with Brazil stocks hitting an all time high and Mexican shares climbing 2 percent, while most regional currencies firmed as the dollar steadied. Minutes of the U.S. ...

  • Bull run finale for global stocks not far off now - Reuters Poll
    Reuters13 days ago

    Bull run finale for global stocks not far off now - Reuters Poll

    An end to the bull run in global stocks is not far away, according to a Reuters poll which also showed a broad cut to forecasts for next year on concerns over global growth and tightening financial conditions. World stocks tested lows at the end of October during a brutal rout that wiped off trillions of dollars of market value, driven by a U.S.-led trade war and a hawkish Federal Reserve. The recent turbulent sell-off in stocks is more or less over, according to nearly 250 equity strategists polled Nov 13-28.

  • Bull run finale for global stocks not far off now: Reuters poll
    Reuters14 days ago

    Bull run finale for global stocks not far off now: Reuters poll

    An end to the bull run in global stocks is not far away, according to a Reuters poll which also showed a broad cut to forecasts for next year on concerns over global growth and tightening financial conditions. World stocks tested lows at the end of October during a brutal rout that wiped off trillions of dollars of market value, driven by a U.S.-led trade war and a hawkish Federal Reserve. The recent turbulent sell-off in stocks is more or less over, according to nearly 250 equity strategists polled Nov 13-28.

  • Rate Hikes and Trade Optimism Bring Emerging Markets Risk-Takers Back
    Bloomberg23 days ago

    Rate Hikes and Trade Optimism Bring Emerging Markets Risk-Takers Back

    (Bloomberg) -- Emerging markets rebounded as central banks including those of Indonesia and Mexico signaled commitment to support their currencies. Signs of progress in resolving U.S.-China trade frictions bolstered riskier assets later in the week.

  • The Wall Street Journal26 days ago

    [$$] Brazil Signals Hawkish Approach on Its Big Budget Deficit

    BRASÍLIA—Brazil’s president-elect has put together a team of fiscal hawks to lead the economy, winning cautious approval from markets worried about the country’s ballooning debt. Jair Bolsonaro’s designated economy minister, Paulo Guedes, on Thursday proposed U.S.-trained economists Roberto Campos Neto, 49, to lead the central bank and Mansueto Almeida, 51, to stay on as head of the national treasury. Earlier this week the president-elect said former Finance Minister Joaquim Levy, 57, will lead Brazil’s large development bank, known as BNDES, the main source of funds for much-needed infrastructure projects in the country, but which until recently has also been a burden for taxpayers.

  • Reuters27 days ago

    EMERGING MARKETS-Latam FX firm as Mexico c.bank raises rates, could hike again

    Latin American currencies gained on Thursday, with Mexico's peso firming 0.9 percent as the country's central bank made hawkish comments after an interest rate hike and warned that the incoming government's ...

  • Reuters28 days ago

    EMERGING MARKETS-Latam currencies gain, set to snap six-session losing run

    Latin American currencies were on track to snap a six-session losing run on Wednesday, with the dollar tepid after the release of U.S. consumer inflation data. Mexico's peso and stocks managed to gain ...

  • Reuterslast month

    EMERGING MARKETS-LatAm stocks pulled lower by Mexico, peso drops against dollar

    Latin American stocks fell on Thursday as Mexican stocks saw their biggest daily drop in seven years after a senator from the incoming party presented a proposal to stop banks from charging commissions ...

  • Reuterslast month

    EMERGING MARKETS-Latin American currencies steady, stocks gain

    Latin American currencies were steady against a strong dollar on Thursday ahead of the U.S. Federal Reserve's meeting, while stocks rose mirroring counterparts around the globe. The dollar's strength was ...

  • Reuterslast month

    EMERGING MARKETS-LatAm currencies, stocks gain ahead of U.S. elections

    Latin American currencies recorded meager gains on Monday as a weaker dollar helped overcome caution ahead of U.S. congressional elections. Concerns that a strong showing by Democrats on Tuesday would ...

  • An Englishman’s Home Is His (Expensive) Castle
    Bloomberglast month

    An Englishman’s Home Is His (Expensive) Castle

    The U.K. showed early in this decade that it is more prone to inflationary pressure than other leading developed economies, as the pass-through from the sharp depreciation in sterling that accompanied the financial crisis drove up consumer prices. One is, of course, Brexit. Mark Carney, the governor of the Bank of England, has made clear that the bank must “prepare for the worst,” which would be a “no-deal” Brexit in which the U.K. suddenly exited the EU in March with no clear arrangement to follow.

  • Reuterslast month

    Brazil's far-right president-elect eyes close U.S. ties

    Jair Bolsonaro, the far-right former Army captain who won Brazil's presidential weekend election, said on Monday he would press ahead with loosening gun laws this year and planned to visit Washington D.C. after a friendly call with U.S. President Donald Trump. Investors were quick to cheer Bolsonaro's victory, sending Brazil's benchmark Bovespa stock index to an all-time high in early trading before stock prices fell as traders booked profits following a sharp rally this month. Markets had surged on Bolsonaro's ascent in opinion polls, as he pledged to quickly close Brazil's gaping budget deficit and privatize state firms.

  • CNBClast month

    Brazil election not a buying opportunity; instead, wait to see what president does: Analyst

    Because of Brazil's unpredictable nature, Andean Capital CEO Dan Osorio is waiting to see how the president-elect of Latin America's largest economy will lead beginning in January. "As my Brazilian friends and colleagues tell me, Brazil is not for beginners, so predicting is far from easy," says Osorio. Far-right candidate Jair Bolsonaro won with 55 percent of the vote in Brazil's presidential election on Sunday.

  • CNBClast month

    Brazilian stocks set to surge after far-right candidate Jair Bolsonaro wins presidential election

    Brazilian shares are set to surge on Monday after Jair Bolsonaro, a former army captain, became the president of the largest economy in Latin America.