Brazil stocks were higher after the close on Monday, as gains in the Real Estate, Industry and Raw Materials sectors led shares higher.
Bovespa gained 0.28% at the close in São Paulo.
The biggest gainers of the session on the Bovespa were Raizen SA Preferred (BVMF:RAIZ4), which rose 6.23% or 0.18 points to trade at 3.07 at the close. Meanwhile, SAO MARTINHO ON NM (BVMF:SMTO3) was up 5.47% or 1.42 points to trade at 27.38 while EZTEC ON NM (BVMF:EZTC3) was up 3.18% or 0.40 points to trade at 12.99. he sees.
The worst performers of the session Cvc Brasil ON (BVMF:CVCB3) fell 4.12% or 0.14 points to trade at 3.26 at the close. Hapvida Participacoes e Investimentos (BVMF:HAPV3) fell 3.58% or 0.17 points to end at 4.58, while SLC AGRICOLA ON NM (BVMF:SLCE3) shed 3.00% or 1.52 points to trade at 49.22. he sees.
While the number of stocks that gained value in the São Paulo Stock Exchange was 507, those that lost value was determined as 408. In addition, 49 stocks remained stable.
Shares of Cvc Brasil ON (BVMF:CVCB3) fell 4.12%, or 0.14, to an all-time low of 3.26.
CBOE Brazil Etf Volatility, the implied measure of volatility for Bovespa, saw a score of 34.39, up 0.23%.
Gold Futures for April delivery gained 0.37%, or 6.75%, to trade at $1.00 an ounce. Elsewhere on commodities, Crude Oil WTI Futures for April delivery fell 0.93%, or 0.71%, to trade at $75.61 a barrel. Meanwhile, American Coffee C Futures for May delivery were down 0.44%, or 0.82, to trade at $186.88.
USD/BRL was down 0.10% to trade at 5.20, while EUR/BRL was up 0.50% to trade at 5.52.
Dollar Index Futures were down 0.51% to trade at 104.63.