^BVSP - IBOVESPA

Sao Paolo - Sao Paolo Delayed price. Currency in BRL
96,096.75
+745.65 (+0.78%)
At close: 6:19PM BRST
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Avg. volume4,615,468
  • Markets Struggle With the Meaning of ‘Substantially’
    Bloomberg10 days ago

    Markets Struggle With the Meaning of ‘Substantially’

    Fed Chairman Jerome Powell may have just come up with a new one for market participants to debate: substantially. At the Economic Club of Washington, D.C., on Thursday, Powell said the central bank is sticking with its process of shrinking its balance sheet assets to a more normal level, which removes stimulus put into place to revive the economy after the financial crisis and recession a decade ago. The balance sheet, which reached a peak of $4.52 trillion before falling to a recent $4.06 trillion, “will be substantially smaller than it is now” though bigger than it was before the crisis, Powell said.

  • Markets Struggle With the Meaning of ‘Substantially’
    Bloomberg10 days ago

    Markets Struggle With the Meaning of ‘Substantially’

    Fed Chairman Jerome Powell may have just come up with a new one for market participants to debate: substantially. At the Economic Club of Washington, D.C., on Thursday, Powell said the central bank is sticking with its process of shrinking its balance sheet assets to a more normal level, which removes stimulus put into place to revive the economy after the financial crisis and recession a decade ago. The balance sheet, which reached a peak of $4.52 trillion before falling to a recent $4.06 trillion, “will be substantially smaller than it is now” though bigger than it was before the crisis, Powell said.

  • Brazil's President Joins #Fintwit to Cheer Soaring Stock Market
    Bloomberg10 days ago

    Brazil's President Joins #Fintwit to Cheer Soaring Stock Market

    The country’s equity benchmark Ibovespa index has hit fresh records amid expectations that Bolsonaro and his economic team will tackle Brazil’s fiscal woes and move to shore up Latin America’s largest economy. The real is leading gains in emerging markets this year, and bond risk measured by five-year credit-default swaps is at the lowest level since May.

  • Market Bottom Feeders Decide It’s Time to Feast
    Bloomberg18 days ago

    Market Bottom Feeders Decide It’s Time to Feast

    The more than 60 economists surveyed by Bloomberg don’t forecast gross domestic product falling below 2 percent until 2020. The widely followed cyclically adjusted price-to-earnings ratio developed by Yale University Professor Robert Shiller compares the S&P 500 Index with its average earnings over the previous 10 years to account for economic swings. The current CAPE ratio suggests that stocks are trading near their long-term average risk premium when compared with bonds, according to Bloomberg Intelligence.

  • Market Bottom Feeders Decide It’s Time to Feast
    Bloomberg18 days ago

    Market Bottom Feeders Decide It’s Time to Feast

    The more than 60 economists surveyed by Bloomberg don’t forecast gross domestic product falling below 2 percent until 2020. The widely followed cyclically adjusted price-to-earnings ratio developed by Yale University Professor Robert Shiller compares the S&P 500 Index with its average earnings over the previous 10 years to account for economic swings. The current CAPE ratio suggests that stocks are trading near their long-term average risk premium when compared with bonds, according to Bloomberg Intelligence.

  • Foreigners Shun Brazil’s Stock Rally, Pulling the Most Money Since 2008 Crisis
    Bloomberg24 days ago

    Foreigners Shun Brazil’s Stock Rally, Pulling the Most Money Since 2008 Crisis

    At the same time, foreign investors have pulled almost 11 billion reais ($2.8 billion) out of Brazil stocks this year. Both JPMorgan and BTG Pactual expect foreign inflows to Brazilian equities to improve next year, coming from very light positioning in 2018.

  • An Englishman’s Home Is His (Expensive) Castle
    Bloomberg3 months ago

    An Englishman’s Home Is His (Expensive) Castle

    The U.K. showed early in this decade that it is more prone to inflationary pressure than other leading developed economies, as the pass-through from the sharp depreciation in sterling that accompanied the financial crisis drove up consumer prices. One is, of course, Brexit. Mark Carney, the governor of the Bank of England, has made clear that the bank must “prepare for the worst,” which would be a “no-deal” Brexit in which the U.K. suddenly exited the EU in March with no clear arrangement to follow.

  • Market Gods Turn Cold Shoulder to Hot Earnings
    Bloomberg3 months ago

    Market Gods Turn Cold Shoulder to Hot Earnings

    The global bond market is tumbling, pushing borrowing costs to their highest since 2013. The escalating trade war between the U.S and China shows no signs of ending anytime soon — and may be getting worse. Italy looks to be headed toward a fiscal crisis and showdown with the European Union.