Ibovespa continues overseas and closes in fall after Trump decision By Reuters



© Reuters. Operator during session of the São Paulo Stock Exchange


SAO PAULO (Reuters) – O ended Monday’s session in fall, following the movement of international markets, after the President of the United States, Donald Trump, announced the interruption of the negotiations on a project to alleviate the economic effects of the coronavirus until later of the elections.

According to preliminary data, the main index of the Brazilian stock exchange fell 0.44%, to 95,664.23 points. The financial volume totaled R $ 26.06 billion.

(By Peter Frontini)

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