PSI20 closes on a high helped by Altri and EDP

Lisbon's square ended the session valuing 0,81%, to 4.624,57 points this Wednesday. European markets close together.

Reuters

The main Portuguese stock index, PSI 20, ended the session this Thursday, increasing 0,81%, to 4.624,57 points, while European markets closed mixed.

Raising the PSI 20 were Altri, which grows 3,11% to 4,83 euros, the BCP which drives 1,01%, to 0,12 euros and EDP Renováveis, which values ​​1,73 %, to 17,68 euros.

On positive ground are also Corticeira Amorim, which rose 0,19%, to 10,32 euros, Mota-Engil, which grew 1,14%, to 1,941 euros, and Navigator, which rose 1,19%, to 2,55, XNUMX euros.

Trading with a 'red' sign at the close of the session were Jerónimo Martins, which fell 1,00%, to 13,92 euros, CTT, which fell 1,39%, to 2,48 euros, and oil company Galp, which depreciates 0,18, 9,04% to XNUMX euros.

European stock exchanges ended mixed. “Investors are looking forward to an announcement of economic stimulus programs and after the strong gains in November it is natural that there may be a kind of wait and see here, as the ECB communicates its monetary policy decisions on the 10th and the Fed on December 16. For now the note has arrived that the United Kingdom has become the first to approve Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine, ”says market analyst at Millennium investment banking, Ramiro Loureiro.

In the main European stock exchanges, in Germany, the DAX falls 0,55%, in the United Kingdom, the FTSE 100 rises 1,18%, the French CAC 40 increases 0,03%. In Spain, the IBEX35 grows 0,96% and in Italy the FTSE MIB falls 0,59% and the Dutch AEX depreciates 0,08%.

The Brent barrel price is up 2,30% at $ 48,51, while the WTI crude price is up 2,56% to $ 45,63 per barrel.

In the foreign exchange market, the euro appreciated 0,17%, to 1,20 dollars.

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