The Ibovespa, the main index of the Brazilian Stock Exchange (B3), ended the trading session on Thursday, 16, recording the first high after six sessions.
With an advance of 0.74%, at 103 thousand points, the indicator recovered part of the loss and left the lowest value recorded in the year.
The news that the Credit Suisse bank would be rescued by a credit line of US$ 50 billion (about R$ 270 billion) made available by the Swiss National Bank (equivalent to the country’s Central Bank) attenuated fears that the crisis in the sector would contaminate the entire financial . . .