Despite the fact that the main Wall Street indices have reached new records once again, the markets do not seem to show the breath to continue the increase today. The European trading session and American futures opened without a single direction and with narrow oscillations.
Investors are more cautious amid new outbreaks of Covid-19, pending a speech by the head of the US Central Bank, the Fed, on Thursday.
In Asia, the Tokyo and Hong Kong stock markets closed stable, while Shanghai fell more than 1%.
Oil fluctuates lower, a day after closing at the highest level in five months amidst the Gulf of Mexico hurricane season
International WTI oil futures (NYMEX: CL \ V20) are trading at $ 43.33, down -0.2%. Brent (NYMEX: BZ \ V20) operates stable with a slight increase of + 0.1%, trading at $ 45.90.
The commercial dollar fell 1.16%, to R $ 5.5272, with flow, rising oil and weakness of the American currency abroad, in addition to a recommendation of purchase by the Bank of America for the real, which had the best performance among the emerging.
On the BMF, the September future dollar (BMF: DOLU20) fell -1.83%, to R $ 5.511 and the October Bovespa Index (BMF: INDV20) closed with a drop of + 1.11%, traded at 102,440.
The future dollar fell through the second trading session, falling 1.83% to R $ 5.511. It also helped external accounts, which recorded a US $ 1.628 billion surplus in July, the first positive balance for the month since 2006. External mood with progress in the US-China trade and treatment deal against Covid-19 boosted appetite for risk in the world.
The DI for January 2021 rose to 1.945%, compared to 1.930% in yesterday's adjustment.
Source: CNN, CNBC, G1, Bloomberg, Infomoney, TC, Market Bull, Agência Brasil and BDM.