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|52-week range||69,069.000 - 88,318.000|
The Sao Paulo stock market closed 2.98 percent down Thursday after a day of torrid trading and a continued slide in the Brazilian real against the dollar. Earlier in the day, the Ibovespa index had lost 6.2 percent, reflecting growing pessimism over Brazil's economic and political outlook, analysts said. Earlier the dollar rose to 3.94 reais, the strongest rate against Brazil's currency since 2016.
The Sao Paulo stock market dropped six percent Thursday and the real continued to fall against the dollar, reflecting growing pessimism over Brazil's economic and political outlook, analysts said. At about ...