Energy stocks remain higher, but the national stock market is starting to move into negative territory, with Ebersol leading the losses.
The Lisbon Stock Exchange opened on Thursday in negative territory, with the PSI benchmark index falling 0.17% to 6,136.70 points. Among the 16 listed companies, eight recorded losses, five increased and three remained unchanged.
Leading the losses are Ebersol shares, which fell by 2.33% to 6.72 euros, reaching its lowest levels on August 22. Navigator shares fell by 1.50%, Mota-Engil by 1.18%, and CTT by 1.15%. The remaining devaluations are all below 1%: BCP (-0.78%), Altri (-0.75%), Sonae (-0.16%) and EDP (-0.16%), the only energy company in the lower millstone at the time of the opening. Course.
With the exception of EDP, the majority of energy companies continue to perform well, in line with what has happened since the escalation of the conflict in the Middle East. EDP Renováveis rises 0.52% to €14.39, REN rises 0.41% to €2.42, Galp rises 0.41% to €14.85, and Greenvolt rises 0.17% to €5.98.
Jeronimo Martinez also pushed the PSI higher, with a 0.19% increase to €20.64.
The names of Corticera Amorim, Nos and Simapa did not change at the beginning of the negotiations.
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