Sao Paulo Stock Exchange eases losses and falls 0.4% after new sanctions on Russia

©Reuters. Sao Paulo Stock Exchange eases losses and falls 0.4% after new sanctions on Russia

Sao Paulo, Feb 24 (.).- The Sao Paulo stock market, which opened this Thursday with losses of more than 2.30% due to the outbreak of the war in Ukraine, closed the session with a slight drop of 0.37%. , after the new sanctions of the United States and the European Union to Russia.

The benchmark index for the Brazilian parquet, followed the improving trend of Wall Street and ended the day with 111,591 points, although it did not avoid chaining its second consecutive day in the red, after losing 0.8% on Wednesday.

After several days of decline, the US dollar rose strongly in Brazil, appreciating 2.02% and closing at 5.104 reais for purchase and sale at the commercial exchange rate, amid the escalation of the war in the this european.

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