Ibovespa Futuros opens in fall attentive to the outside and following the pandemic in Brazil

Charlie Taylor

The Ibovespa Futuros index opened in a fall and fell 0.25% around 9:15 am with investors eyeing the joints behind the possible new emergency aid, the lockdown measures by Brazil, abroad, in the reaction of the emerging countries to the Turkish government's decision to dismiss the president of the country's Central Bank after high interest rates. According to Reuters, the EWZ, the main Brazilian ETF traded abroad, fell 0.85%, while the future dollar rose 0.15%, to R $ 5.477. Turkish currency fell 15% on Monday (22), close to the record low, after President Tayyip Erdogan surprised the weekend and sacked the central bank's “hawkish” president, sparking fears of a reversal of recent high interest rates.Exchange: foreign investment in Brazil in December is the second largest of the year, says expert


Around here, news about the advance of the pandemic continues to feature in the main newspapers, keeping an eye on lockdowns and movement restriction measures.

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This Sunday, Brazil registered 47,774 new cases of Covid-19 and 1,290 new deaths, bringing the total number of people infected by the coronavirus in the country to 11,998,233, according to the Ministry of Health. The total count of fatal victims of the disease in the country reached 294,042 , according to data from the federal government. In the last few weeks, 135 deaths of people awaiting transfer to an ICU in São Paulo counties were reported, according to Folha de S. Paulo. In Rio, the mayors of the capital and of Niterói, Eduardo Paes and Axel Grael, and Governor Claudio Castro confirmed a ten-day holiday in the state, between March 26 and April 4, as a measure to combat the pandemic. here if you are already an investor

Corporate news

Eletrobras (SA: ELET3) – Eletrobras released a financial statement that points to a profit of R $ 6.387 billion in 2020, a year marked by the beginning of the 19-covid pandemic. Eletrobras II – Eletrobras announced on Friday that its subsidiary Eletronorte signed an addendum to the Bank Credit Note, signed with Banco Bradesco (SA: BBDC4), in the amount of R $ 1 billion. The company will maintain all investment and contracting plans for 2022 and plans to go from 214 stores to more than 250 at the end of the year. Hidrovias do Brasil (SA: HBSA3) – The president of Hidrovias do Brasil, Fabio Schettino, told Valor that the company plans new grain flow routes in Arco Norte and is studying concessions on BR-163 and Ferrogrão. Paper Excellence, in accordance with a relevant fact of the company. Copasa (SA: CSMG3) – The Companhia de Saneamento de Minas Gerais (Copasa) announced on Friday (19) that it has taken new measures to assist customers in order to minimize the impacts of the covid-19 pandemic on the population. Among them, customers of the Social Tariff will not have suspended supply, and there will be no incidence of interest and fines for delays in the payment of bills from that period. Billion Financial Education.

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