The Brazilian stock market lost approximately R $ 91.7 billion in market value in the first quarter of 2021 compared to the end of 2020, reveal data published by Economatica this Wednesday (31).
The consultancy estimates that the shares listed in B3 (B3SA3) totaled R $ 4.87 trillion until the close of today’s trading session, against R $ 4.96 trillion in December last year.
Valley at the tip
The list of companies that gained the most market value is led by Vale (VALE3). The mining company is accompanied by Dasa (DASA3), with R $ 34.1 billion and JBS (JBSS3) with R $ 17.2 billion.
Against the ex-state, the biggest fall is from Petrobras (PETR3; PETR4) with a decrease of R $ 60.2 billion. The oil company is followed by Itau Unibanco (ITUB3; ITUB4) with R $ 31.4 billion and Luiza stores (MGLU3) with R $ -30.4 billion.
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