The Lisbon Stock Exchange closed the last session of the week 0.88% higher at 5705.12 points. Among the 15 listed companies, 13 closed the session higher and two ended the day lower.
BCP led the rally in the benchmark index, rising 2.84% to €0.1521, following gains in the banking sector in Europe.
Corticeira Amorim recorded the second largest rise in the Portuguese index, up 2.23% to 10.08 euros. In the field of energy, EDP Renováveis noted, which registered a rise of 1.44% (20.39 euros), while the parent company closed the water line (0.02%) at a price of 4.361 euros. Galp oil advanced 0.67%, to 10,525 euros, on a day when oil recorded gains above 3%.
On the other hand, Greenvolt rose 0.16% to €6.41 while REN added 1.04% in Friday’s session (€2.905).
Among the retailers, Jerónimo Martins was up 0.36% at €19.36, and Sonae advanced 0.26% to €0.974.
Navigator value rose 1.4%, closed the session at 3.904 euros, Simaba added 1.37%, to 13.3 euros, on a day when JB Capital raised the “targets” of the two listed companies. In the case of Semapa, the €22.20 target set by JB Capital reflects a 66.9% higher potential compared to Friday’s closing price.
On the fall side, Altri and Mota-Engil finished the session on negative ground. Altri fell 0.91% (6.5 euros) and Mota-Engil lost 0.16% (1,252 euros).
(news updated at 16:54)
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