Stock market closes with benchmark index up 0.61% in line with Europe


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The Lisbon stock market closed Friday’s session up, with the PSI index rising 0.61% to 6,075.98 points, in line with the optimism registered in the rest of Europe.

Of the 16 listed companies that make up the benchmark PSI (Portuguese Stock Index), 14 rose and two fell. BCP led the rises (1.99% to € 0.22).

As regards losses, Ibersol stood out, down 6.08% to € 6.80. On 29 May, Ibersol announced, in a statement to the Securities Market Commission (CMVM), that it will pay a net dividend of €0.70 per share as of 20 June.

According to the same notice, as of today, 16 June, Ibersol shares are traded without giving right to the dividend.

Sonae also fell 0.64% to €0.93.

On the other hand, Greenvolt (1.41% to €6.81), Mota-Engil (1.23% to €2.06), Jerónimo Martins (1.03% to €25.58) and Altri (0.99% to €4.28) supported the PSI’s gains.

Among the listed companies with lower increases were Corticeira Amorim (0.50% to €10.04), EDP (0.37% to €4.66), EDP Renováveis (0.18% to €19.33), NOS (0.17% to €3.45) and Galp (0.05% to €10.81).

In the main European stock exchanges, Paris rose 1.34%, Madrid 0.68%, Milan 0.47%, Frankfurt 0.41% and London 0.19%.

The Lisbon stock exchange opened up 0.07%.

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