Lisbon Stock Exchange closes down with PSI falling 0.28%


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The Lisbon Stock Exchange closed today down, in line with the predominant trend in the main European stock markets, with the PSI index falling 0.28% to 5,916.85 points.

Of the 16 listed companies that make up the Lisbon Stock Exchange’s reference index, seven were up, eight were down and one was unchanged (Jerónimo Martins).

Greenvolt was down 2.02% to €6.30 and Mota-Engil led the rises and advanced 4.79% to €1.97.

Mota-Engil announced today that it has signed new contracts this year in several Latin American countries worth a total of 890 million euros, to “expand, in size and profitability” the presence in these markets.

In the main European bourses, Frankfurt was down 0.20%, Paris 0.09% and London 0.05%, while Madrid rose 0.53% and Milan 0.07%.

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