The main European markets closed Friday's trading on negative ground, with losses above 1%.
Across the Atlantic, Joe Biden's $ 1,9 billion economic stimulus package did not boost market sentiment because it “lacks Senate approval,” according to Millennium market analyst bcp.
The pan-European index Stoxx 50 lost 1,15%, mirroring the performance of European indexes, on a day when the Spanish Ibex 35 led the losses, devaluing 1,69%. In Germany, Dax lost 1,44%, while the French CAC 40 lost 1,22%. The British FTSE 100 lost 0,97%.
Here, the PSI 20 depreciated 1,51%, to 5.038,24 points, having been the second European index that lost the most this Friday, only surpassing the Spanish stock exchange.
With the exception of Sonae (+ 1,76%), Jerónimo Martins (+ 1,19%) and Novabase, which remained unchanged, all listed companies closed with falls.
Galp's securities led the fall, losing 4,67% to 8,95 euros. This was followed by the shares of Millennium bcp, which fell 3,06%, in the 13 cents, and the securities of Corticeira Amorim, which depreciated 2,8%, to 11,10 euros.
In other heavyweights of the national stock exchange, EDP lost 0,89%, to 5,35 euros, and EDP Renováveis ceded 1,91%, to 23,05 euros.
In raw materials, the price of oil loses more than 2% on both sides of the Atlantic. In London, Brent's barrel fell 2,41% to $ 55,06 and, in New York, WTI lost 2,30% to $ 52,34.