PSI 20 ends week in 'green' driven by BCP and Altri

Lisbon Square ended the session valuing 2,31%, to 3.952,48 points this Friday.

The main Portuguese stock index, PSI 20, closed the session this Friday, October 30, to appreciate 2,31%, to 3.952,48 points.

Raising the PSI 20 were Altri, which grew 3,56% to 3,31 euros, the BCP, which increased 8,03% to 0,07 euros, and Sonae SGPS, which valued 2,71 %, to 0,50 euros.

On positive ground are also Corticeira Amorim, which rose 1,67%, to 9,72 euros, Galp, which grew 2,17%, to 6,96 euros, construction company Mota-Engil, which rose 1,85%, to 1,10 euros and Navigator, which grew 1,34%, to 1,88 euros.

Trading with a 'red' sign at the close of the session were only Jerónimo Martins, which fell 0,83%, to 13,71 euros, and Sonae Capital, which fell 0,26%, to 0,77 euros.

“European stock exchanges are mostly up, with DAX and Footsie100 in the main exceptions. The PSI20 led European gains and appreciated 2,1%, driven by BCP, which shot up more than 8% after reporting its accounts. EDP ​​was also excited after presenting results ”, says market analyst at Millennium investment banking, Ramiro Loureiro.

In the main European stock exchanges, in Germany, the DAX falls 0,37%, in the United Kingdom, the FTSE 100 rises 0,01%, the French CAC 40 increases 0,55%. In Spain, the IBEX35 grows 0,61% and in Italy the FTSE MIB rises 0,39%.

The Brent barrel price depreciates 1,41%, to $ 37,72, while the WTI crude price falls 1,91%, to $ 35,48 per barrel.

In the foreign exchange market, the euro depreciated 0,18%, to 1,16 dollars.

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