PSI-20 accompanies rising European squares. EDP ​​Renováveis ​​boosts Portuguese index

The main stock market index increased 0,92% to 4.104,50 points, driven by the gains of EDP Renováveis ​​and Novabase.

The main stock index continues the morning high, as seen in the main European markets. Thus, the PSI 20 values ​​0,92% to 4.104,50 points, driven by the gains of EDP Renováveis ​​and Novabase.

Renewable energy rises 3,54% to 14,64 euros in the middle of the session, while the company specializing in IT values ​​2,37% to 3,450 euros, a day after the company reinforced the partnership with Instituto Superior Técnico.

On the upside, the Portuguese square registered Jerónimo Martins, which grew 2,48% to 14,04 euros, EDP rose 1,26% to 4,25 euros and CTT increased 1,19% to 2,55 euros.

Conversely, PSI 20 registered Pharol (-1,68% for 0,1056 cents), Mota-Engil (-1,48% for 1,070 euros) and Corticeira Amorim (-1,33% for 10,36, XNUMX euros).

The remaining European squares follow the morning in the green. Neighboring IBEX 35 values ​​0,44% to 6.746,00 points, French CAC 40 advances 0,59% to 4.831,98 points and European Euro Stx 50 gains 0,21% to 2.905,00 points.

The German DAX rises slightly, 0,02% to 12.765,40 points while the British Ftse 100 advances 0,89% to 5.917,15 points, contradicting the concerns coming from Brussels after having notified the Boris Johnson government for non-compliance with the agreed measures for the Brexit agreement.

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