The PSI-20 index ended the last session of the week 1.13% higher, at 5,149.22 points, the highest level since January 8th. Of the 18 companies included in the index, 13 rose and five closed in the red. However, in the case of REN and Semapa, adjusting to dividends, increases in stock were recorded.
In a day of gains in major European markets, the Portuguese stock market had a “snapshot” of 10% of the CTT, for a maximum of three and a half years. Sonae and Navigator have also advanced to the highest levels since February 2020.
She was CTT’s “star” today, paid off good results Quarterly data was released after the close of yesterday’s session, ending with a 10.05% gain, at € 4.27. This was the biggest daily rise in prices since March of last year.
With strong gains, too was Navigator, which rose 4.53% to € 3,094, the maximum since February of last year. Sonae shares rose 2.25% to € 0.84 and reached a 15-month high.
In the energy sector, the EDPR consolidated gains after the previous day’s decline, totaling 2.63%, to € 19.50, while the EDP rose 1.76% to close at € 4,625. However, Galp fell 0.88% to € 10.14. The REN closed at € 2.35, down 5.43%. However, REN negotiated without the right to a dividend, so the adjustment would have closed 1.55% higher.
Semapa also went to previous dividends, so the drop of 3.97% to € 11.62 corresponds, in adjusted terms, to an increase of 0.28%.
Still with an increase above 2%, shares of BCP (+ 2.51%, to € 0.1305), Ibersol (2.40%, to € 5.98), Corticeira Amorim (2.40%, to € 10, 26) and Mota-Engil (2.02) closed %, To € 1467).
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