Portugal’s main stock index PSI20 rose by 0.11% this Wednesday to 4,953.18 points, which followed the pace of Europe after two consecutive days of decline, and Ramada was the focus.
At the end of the meeting on Wednesday, the Lisbon index rose by 0.11%, equivalent to 5.40 points, and closed at 4,953.18 points that day, of which the Ramada index was positive (increased by 2.12% to 5.78 euros) and the Farol index was negative ( Fell 1.53% to 0.10 euros).
In the rest of the European markets, London rose 0.52%, Paris rose 0.74%, Frankfurt rose 0.44%, Madrid rose 0.71%, and Milan rose 0.30%.
In the rise of PSI20, in addition to Ramada, Altri (1.66% to 6.43 euros), Galp Energia (1.38% to 9.43 euros) and Mota-Engil (1.21% to 1.42 euros) exceeded 1%.
NOS (0.93% to 3.02 Euros), Jerónimo Martins (0.91% to 14.40 Euros), CTT (0.84% to 3.59 Euros), Ibersol (0.66% to 6.10 Euros), REN (0.62% to 2.42 Euros) and Navigator ( 0.50% to 2.80 Euro).
Novabase and Semapa remain unchanged, with their respective securities at 3.98 euros and 12.08 euros.
In terms of losses, the biggest losses after Pharol are Corticeira Amorim (1.39% to 9.92 Euros), BCP (1.14% to 0.11 Euros), EDP (1.04% to 4,93 Euros), and EDP Renováveis (0.82% to 19.41 Euros). ) And Sonae SGPS (0.19% to 0.79 Euro).
The European trading session closed closely following the trend of the mid-term Wall Street trading session, as the valuation of the three major indexes (Dow Jones, Nasdaq and S&P 500) on the New York Stock Exchange in the mid-trading session were all over 0.60%.