Altri and Navigator leave PSI 20 in the 'red' at the end of the session

Lisbon Square ended the session down 0,66%, to 3.863,20 points this Thursday.

The main Portuguese stock index, PSI 20, closed the session this Thursday, October 29, down 0,66%, to 3.863,20 points.

Downing the PSI 20, Altri fell 2,26% to 3,20 euros, BCP down 0,85% to 0,06 euros and Navigator which devalued 3,12%. , to 1,86 euros.

Negative terrain also includes Corticeira Amorim, which fell 2,45%, to 9,56 euros, Jerónimo Martins, which lost 1,53%, to 13,82 euros, the construction company Mota-Engil, which depreciated 0,55%, to 1,08 euros and Semapa, which decreased 2,42%, to 6,44 euros.

Trading with a 'green' light at the close of the session were only EDP Renováveis, which increased 2,98%, to 15,92 euros, and Sonae Capital, which grew 0,26%, to 0,77 euros.

“European stock exchanges generally end low, with DAX being the exception, where Deutsche Telekom, Volkswage, Deutsche Bank and Deutsche Wohnen showed themselves to be in good shape. At the macroeconomic level, it is worth highlighting the fall in consumer confidence in Italy and the worsening of the deflationary scenario in Spain ”, says Ramiro Loureiro, market analyst at Millennium investment banking.

In Germany, DAX grows 0,32%, in the United Kingdom, FTSE 100 falls 0,02%, the French CAC 40 depreciates 0,03%. In Spain, the IBEX35 declined 0,97%.

The Brent barrel price depreciates 4,11%, to $ 38,01, while the WTI crude price falls 4,01%, to $ 35,89 per barrel.

In the foreign exchange market, the euro depreciated 0,69%, to 1,16 dollars.

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