The Ibovespa today (16) operates in a fall of 0.97%, at 108,871 points, in line with the outside.
Inflation is the theme of the day, with the release of the General Price Index – 10 (IGP-10), from FGV, which fell 0.90% in September. In August, there was deflation of 0.69%. With this, the index has accumulated a 7.45% rise this year and 8.24% over the last 12 months. In comparison, in September 2021, the index fell 0.37% in the month and accumulated a 26.84% rise over 12 months.
The Consumer Price Index – Weekly (IPC-S), also from FGV, rose 0.09% in the second reading of September and has accumulated a 5.21% rise in the last 12 months.
The day also sees the expiration of options.
Yesterday (15), a new battery of upward revisions to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of 2022 was released.
The Secretariat of Economic Policy (SPE), of the Ministry of Economy, raised the estimate from 2% to 2.7%.
The Brazilian Central Bank released the Economic Activity Index (IBC-Br), considered as a preliminary to the GDP, which rose 1.17% in July compared to June. The result was much better than the projection of 0.50%. And it corroborates bullish expectations.
EQI Asset revised the 2022 GDP from 2.2% to 2.5%, despite the expectation of a slowdown in the fourth quarter. “Since the first and second quarters were very good, even if you have a slowdown in the fourth quarter, you contract a better projection for the year,” explains Stephan Kautz, chief economist at the manager.
The Ibovespa closed Thursday (15) with a retraction of 0.54%, at 109,953 points. Throughout the day, the index ranged between a minimum of 109,523 and a maximum of 111,100 points. The financial volume was R$22.3 billion.
Highlight on Friday (16) for the Consumer Price Index (CPI) of the Euro zone reached 9.1% per year in August, again marking a historical maximum.
In China, retail sales and industrial production were positive. Industrial production had an annualized rise of 4.2% in August, above the projection of 4%. Retail sales advanced 5.4%, when the expectation was also 4%.
In the United States today is the “Quadruple Witching,” a date when stock index futures, stock index options, stock options, and single stock futures mature simultaneously on American exchanges.
Global stock markets trade lower on a troubled week, with mixed inflation indicators in the US (producer inflation in line and consumer inflation surprising negatively), on the eve of the interest rate decision by the monetary policy committee, Fomc.
New York markets
Dow Jones: -0.69%
DAX, Germany: -1.66%
FTSE, United Kingdom: -0.66%
CAC, France: -1.31%
FTSE MIB, Italy: -1.14%
Stoxx 600: -1.35%.
Nikkei, Japan: -1.11% Nikkei, Japan: -1.11
Shanghai, China: -2.30%
HSI, Hong Kong: -0.89%
Kospi, Korea: -0.79%
ASX 200, Australia: -1.52%
Brent (December 2021): US$91.35 (+0.56%)
WTI (November 2021): US$ 85.11 (0.00%)
Gold futures (December 2021): US$ 1,683.50 (+0.37%)
Dalian Exchange (China): us$ 101.81 (-1.24%)