Portugal: Stock market closes up for seventh day in a row at 6,195.64 points


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The Lisbon stock market closed with a slight increase in the PSI index of 0.09% on Tuesday to 6,195.64 points, which allowed it to acheive seven consecutive sessions of gains.

Of the 16 listed companies that make up the PSI, nine rose, five fell and two remained unchanged (Sonae and Galp).

Greenvolt, which led the gains, rose 3.62% to €6.43 and Jerónimo Martins registered the biggest drop, losing 0.89% to €26.62.

Altri (up 2.17% to €4.24), Navigator (up 2.07% to €3.16) and CTT (up 1.36% to €3.71) were also among the biggest risers.

Mota-Engil and Semapa appreciated 1.23% to €2.47 and €13.22, respectively.

In the main declines, BCP retreated 0.68% to €0.25 and NOS fell 0.40% to €3.48.

With lower devaluations, EDP fell 0.23% to €4.27 and EDP Renováveis gave up 0.11% to €17.73.

In the rest of Europe, London rose 0.17% and Frankfurt 0.13%, but Madrid fell 0.25% and Paris 0.16%, the latter pressured by the decline of securities such as that of aircraft manufacturer Airbus (-2.45%).

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