Lisbon Stock Exchange on positive ground with EDP leading gains

Outside, several of the main European markets continue to appreciate: Paris gains 0,92%, Frankfurt gains 1,01 euros, and Madrid rises 0,82%.

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The Lisbon stock exchange is rising 0,35% to 4.136,54 points in Wednesday's session.

The gains are being led by EDP with a rise of 1,26% to 4,17 euros.

Pharol follows with an increase of 1,09% to 0,11 euros, followed by CTT with an increase of 0,63% to 2,41 euros.

Sonae, on the other hand, gained 0,53% to 0,57 euros, followed by NOS with an increase of 0,46% to 3,06 euros.

PSI 20 continues to trade with no shares listed on negative ground and with several remaining unchanged, such as Sonae Capital (0,70 euros), REN (2,38 euros), Mota-Engil (1,15 euros), the New Base (3,40 euros) and the Navigator (2,20 euros).

Galp is the one with the most shares traded (434 thousand), followed by EDP (383 thousand), Jerónimo Martins (13,78 euros), Mota-Engil (173 thousand) and BCP (82 thousand).

Outside, Paris gains 0,92%, Frankfurt values ​​1,01 euros, and Madrid rises 0,82%.

Hoje nas notícias, um membro do Conselho Executivo do Banco Central Europeu (BCE), Yves Mersch, disse hoje que a instituição pode  vir a enfrentar problemas legais se estender os poderes do programa de emergência (PEPP) a outros programas de compra de ativos, disse em entrevista à Bloomberg.

In the United States, the president of the North American Federal Reserve, Jerome Powell, will speak at the Joint Economic Commission in Washington DC, starting at 15 pm.

In Portugal, the National Statistics Institute will publish the national deficit for the first half of the year, at 11:00 am.

 

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