ÇAround 09:10 in Lisbon, the PSI retreated 0.18% to 5,397.38 points, with four ‘papers’ going down, six up and five maintaining the price.
The five shares belonged to Semapa at 12.20 euros, REN at 2.43 euros, Navigator at 3.54 euros, CTT at 2.86 euros and Mota-Engil at 1.08 euros.
BCP shares followed those of EDP Renováveis, Corticeira Amorim and Greenvolt, which rose 0.46% to 21.45 euros, 0.44% to 8.98 euros and 0.24% to 8.29 euros.
On the other hand, Sonae, Altri and NOS shares rose, and will remain at 0.88% to 0.86 euros, 0.39% to 5.15 euros and 0.23% to 3.48 euros.
In Europe, the main European stock markets were down today, awaiting the official US employment report.
Stocks in Europe are on the downtrend recorded on Thursday in the market recorded on the following wall. and who therefore defend the continuation of the rise in oath rates.
In this sense, the market will be waiting for the North American labor market data and the influence it may have on the Fed’s policies.
Analyst quoted by Efe that it is still expected that there will be a modality in the job creation oath, the labor market would continue from employment to employment and they would continue to grow at a good pace, “favoring the rises in rates to maintain job creation” .
Thus, the market anticipates a further rise in interest rates by 75 basis points at the next meeting on November 3rd.
Meanwhile, in the sovereign debt market, interest rates continue to climb, with Germany’s 10-year debt rising to 2.15%.
In the market of negotiations of the European Union, Brent, the reference oil in Europe, will negotiate an almost unchanged agreement, the European Union (EU) will hold an informal summit to talk about the war in Ukraine, the energy sector and the economic situation.
On Thursday, the Wall Street Stock Exchange ended lower, with the Dow Jones falling 1.15% to 29,926.94 points, against the maximum since it was created in 1896, of 36,799.65 points, recorded on January 4th. this year.
The Nasdaq rose 0.68% to 11,073.31 points, against the current high of 16,057.44 points selected on November 16 of last year.
At the exchange rate level, the euro opened lower, moving away from parity, on the Frankfurt exchange market, quoting at USD 0.9787 to USD 0.987 on Thursday and USD 0.9585 on 27 September, a June 2002 minimum.
Brent oil for December delivery opened with a downward trend on London’s Intercontinental Exchange Futures (ICE) at USD 94.37, against USD 94.42 on Thursday and USD 82.86 on 26 December. September, a minimum of February this year (before the start of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine).
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